6 Grain Stix – Tangy Pickle 25gm

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Rated 3.83 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings

90.00 35.00

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The goodness of 6 roasted super grains, mixed with delicious Indian flavours that burst in your mouth. Enjoy the flavour of traditional Indian pickle with a modern and healthy twist.

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Categories: , ID Product: 12345617-2

- No added Preservatives

- No Added MSG

- Gluten-free

- Cholesterol-free

- No Trans Fat

- Not Fried or Baked

Description

INGREDIENTS

Maize, Oats, Ragi, Sorghum, Soya, Rice, Sugar, Salt, Spices & Condiments (Chilli, Aniseeds, Mustard, Fenugreek), Mango Powder, Acidity Regulator (Citric and Malic Acid) Maltodextrin, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein, Anticaking Agent (Silicon Dioxide), Edible Vegetable Oil and Dehydrated Potato.

NUTRITIONAL FACTS

Approximately Per 100g 25g (Per Piece)
Energy(Kcal) 393.3Kcal 98.3kcal
Carbohydrate(g) 68.5g 17.1g
Of Which Sugar 4.4g 1.1g
Total Fat(g) 5.6g 1.4g
Saturated Fat 3.6g 0.9g
Trans Fat NIL NIL
Cholesterol NIL NIL
Protein(g) 10.7g 2.7g
Dietary Fibre 11.8g 3g

Additional information

Weight 25 g

6 reviews for 6 Grain Stix – Tangy Pickle 25gm

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Priyanka Dey

    These multigrain spicey sticks are worth the money. The tangy flavour is exactly what I need on a blah day.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    neelam mehta

    Reminds me of my childhood haha
    These 6 grain stix flavour is probably my favourite of them all.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Paresh Mehta

    It’s a great flavour to have with dips. I’m a big fan of this product

  4. Rated 3 out of 5

    Chetan Chuganee

    Makes for a great party snack. Got a very Indian flavour which really worked for me. Healthy and yummy

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Hemant Palande (verified owner)

    Quantity was too much low than product pricing

  6. Rated 1 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

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