Cashew Cookie

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Cashew Cookie
Source of FibreSource of FibreSource of FibreSource of FibreVeganGluten & Wheat FreeDairy FreeNo Colouring Preservatives

Is there anything better than a sweet, nutty cookie? We didn’t think so either. That’s why we’ve created the ultimate delicious snack that you can eat anytime, anywhere. Meet our nākd. Cashew Cookie snack bar!By using two ingredients together, we’ve created that gorgeous cookie taste in one handy on-the-go bar. These raw bars are made by mixing delicious dates and creamy cashews together, cold pressing them without heat, and THAT’S IT. 100% natural ingredients, no nasties, and suitable for vegans!Fancy more nutty, vegan snacks? Try our delicious Almond Macaroon, or Peanut Delight fruit and nut bars!

MY INGREDIENTS

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A hint of natural flavouring.

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MY INGREDIENTS

Cashews† 51%, Datest 49%, †Cashews and Dates not from Britain

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Allergy Information: For allergens see ingredients in bold. May also contain traces of soya, other nuts and the odd shell or pit piece.

NUTRITIONAL INFO

Typical values
Per 100g
Per
35
g
Energy
1855KJ 444kcal, 649KJ 155kcal
1855KJ 444kcal, 649KJ 155kcal
Fat
of which saturates
23.4g 4.6g, 8.2g 1.6g
23.4g 4.6g, 8.2g 1.6g
Carbohydrate
of which sugars*
46.0g 39.2g, 16.1g 13.7g
46.0g 39.2g, 16.1g 13.7g
Fibre
4.7g, 1.6g
4.7g, 1.6g
Protein
10.0g, 3.5g
10.0g, 3.5g
Salt
0.02g, 0.01g
0.02g, 0.01g

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