Kale Crisps- Sea Salt & Vinegar 30gm

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Rated 4.25 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings

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Kale, seasoned with the classic combination of Sea Salt and Vinegar, makes for the quintessential healthy, yet tasty snack. Crisps so healthy, you can binge all day!

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- No added Preservatives

- No Added MSG

- Gluten-free

- Cholesterol-free

- No Trans Fat

- Not Fried or Baked

Description

INGREDIENTS

Kale, Vinegar, Cashews, Dehydrated Onion, Edible Vegetable Oil, Lemon Juice, Dehydrated Garlic, Sea Salt & Cayenne Pepper.

NUTRITIONAL FACTS

Approximately Per 100g 25g (Per Piece)
Energy(Kcal) 412Kcal 123kcal
Carbohydrate(g) 60g 18g
Of Which Sugar 17g 5g
Total Fat(g) 20.5g 6.2g
Saturated Fat 6g 1.8g
Trans Fat NIL NIL
Cholesterol NIL NIL
Protein(g) 21g 6g
Dietary Fibre 10.4g 3.1g
Calcium 180mg 54mg
Iron 11.5mg 3.5mg

Additional information

Weight 30 g

4 reviews for Kale Crisps- Sea Salt & Vinegar 30gm

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Riya Wasade

    A good kale crisp is hard to find. Love these and the face that they’re available in a classic salt and vinegar flavour

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Timothy Isaac

    Best kale chip I’ve eaten yet. I try to eat healthy since I started breastfeeding. Want to give my baby only the best.

  3. Rated 4 out of 5

    Meghna Khatwani

    Goes so well on my pizza as a topping! I try to avoid eating unhealthy foods but sometimes when I do I use healthy topping like kale chip. They work really well.

  4. Rated 4 out of 5

    Apoorva Prashar

    I love this flavour the most.. love that I can binge on tasty and healthy at the same time

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