Kale Crisps – Cheese & Onion 30gm

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The rich combination of Onion and Cheese, with the health benefits of Kale leaves, makes for the healthiest snack for you to binge on! It is high in protein, gluten-free and has zero cholesterol!

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- No added Preservatives

- No Added MSG

- Gluten-free

- Cholesterol-free

- No Trans Fat

- Not Fried or Baked

Description

INGREDIENTS

Kale, Onion, Cheese Powder, Melon Seeds, Dehydrated Garlic, Salt, Cashews, Edible Vegetable
Oil, Black Pepper.

NUTRITIONAL FACTS

Approximately Per 100g 25g (Per Piece)
Energy(Kcal) 397Kcal 99.3kcal
Carbohydrate(g) 68.8g 17.2g
Of Which Sugar 4.4g 1.1g
Total Fat(g) 9.0g 2.3g
Saturated Fat 3.8g 0.95g
Trans Fat NIL NIL
Cholesterol NIL NIL
Protein(g) 10.2g 2.6g
Dietary Fibre 9.6g 2.4g

Additional information

Weight 30 g

5 reviews for Kale Crisps – Cheese & Onion 30gm

  1. Pranali Raorane

    Health benefits of kale are not unknown. It’s important for us to consume it since we lead an otherwise unhealthy lifestyle. Good flavour choices this brand has. Thought cheese and onion are my favourite.

  2. jasmine

    Healthy and tasty snacks. loved this flavour, the combination of cheese and onion goes will with the crispy kale

  3. rahulbhne

    It is a healthy and tasty snack. Though it’s price is a bit expensive but justified for people like me on diet.

  4. jains

    The Health benefits of kale are not unknown. Good flavor choices this brand has. Thought cheese and onion are my favorite.

  5. jainami

    Healthy and tasty snacks. loved this flavour, the combination of cheese and onion goes well with the crispy kale.

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