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Acti-Snack Peanut Butter Mix

8g* Plant Protein
*per 40g portion

What You Get Out
Source of Plant Protein, which contributes to a growth in muscle mass
High in Magnesium & Source of Potassium, which contributes towards normal muscle function
Source of Iron, which contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue
Protein on the go, Go further faster, High in Fibre, Source of iron and magnesium, Gluten-free, Suitable for vegans
Suitable for vegetariansSuitable for vegetarians
Typical Values Per 100g Portion Per 40g Portion
Energy 2207kJ/531kcal 883kJ/212kcal
Fat 38g 1.5g
of which saturates 9.2g 3.7g
Carbohydrates 28g 11g
of which sugars 21g 9g
Fibre 7.4g 3.0g
Protein 19g 8g
Salt 1.09g 0.44g
Magnesium 152mg 61mg (16% RI*)
Potassium 522mg 209mg (10% RI*)
Iron 4.0mg 1.6mg (11% RI*)
*RI = Reference Intake
Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Peanuts (45%) (Dark Chocolate (Cocoa Mass, Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Emulsifier (Soya Lecithin), Natural Flavouring), Peanuts, Dark Roast Peanut Flour, Cocoa Butter, Salt, Cocoa Powder), Peanuts (20%), Almonds (20%), Dried Sour Cherries (15%) (Cherries, Apple Juice Concentrate, Sunflower Oil), Dark Chocolate contains 55% Cocoa Solids minimum
Allergen Information
Contains Almonds, May Contain Milk, May Contain Nuts, Contains Peanuts, May Contain Sesame, Contains Soya
Allergy Information
Our roastery & chocolaterie also handle other Nuts, Sesame Seeds and Milk.
Dietary InformationSuitable for Vegans; Gluten-free
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