Free and Easy Organic Pea & Mint Soup 400g

Free and Easy Organic Pea & Mint Soup 400g

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Why Buy Me?

An organic and healthy soup - Peas & mixed veg in a blend of seasonings and spices with a hint of mint to create amazing flavours!

  • Gluten free
  • Wheat free
  • Dairy free
  • Low fat

      My Ingredients

      Water, peas* (23%), potato flakes*, vegetable bouillon* (sea salt, maltodextrin, rice flour*, vegetables* (7%) onions*, carrots*, parsnip*), yeast extract (gluten free), sunflower oil*, parsley*, turmeric*), kibbled onion*, sunflower oil*, onion powder*, mint* (0.1%), lemon juice concentrate*, ground black pepper*.

      *Organically grown and processed

      Allergen Information: For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold.

      My Nutritional Information

      Per 100 g
      Energy 119 kJ
      47 kcal
      -of which saturates
      1.1 g
      0.2 g
      -of which sugars 
      8.4 g
      1.9 g
      Fibre 1.8 g
      Protein 1.8 g
      Salt  0.75 g

      My Packaging

      Free and Easy Organic Pea & Mint Soup 400g is supplied in a recyclable tin

      Vegicatessen only uses recyclable packaging for all shipments. We use either shredded cardboard or a compostable polystyrene alternative inside of our boxes and all of our tape is recyclable gum paper tape.

      Whilst we make every effort to work with suppliers who are also aligned with our environmental ethos, occasionally we do receive non-recyclable packaging with our stock. In an effort to ensure safer shipping and reduced product handling we may on occasions send our packages out with the original supplier packaging. This can both improve our delivery service and avoids adding waste to landfill unnecessarily.

      There is no longer a requirement for non-recyclable packaging in the online shopping industry and we intend to set the standard where environment impact is concerned.

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