Salted Caramel

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Salted Caramel
Source of FibreSource of FibreSource of FibreSource of FibreVeganGluten & Wheat FreeDairy FreeNo Colouring Preservatives

Don’t let its decadence deceive you, our Salted Caramel nākd. bar is made with the finest natural ingredients and absolutely no added sugars. Yes, really!These gorgeous vegan ingredients are then cold-pressed without using heat and THAT’S IT! Better yet, they are dairy-free, gluten-free and wait for it…wheat-free! Why? Because everyone deserves a taste of this gorgeous salted caramel snack.Do you want more sweet treats? Of course you do! So why not try our delicious Almond Macaroon and Cocoa Delight raw bars for the ultimate delicious vegan snacks!

MY INGREDIENTS

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A hint of natural flavouring.

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MY INGREDIENTS

Dates† 54%, Raisins 21%, Cashews 12%, Peanuts 12%, Sea Salt 0.4%, A hint of Natural Flavourings, †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
1541kj 367kcal, 539kj 128kcal
1541kj 367kcal, 539kj 128kcal
Fat
of which saturates
11.5g 2.2g, 4g 0.8g
11.5g 2.2g, 4g 0.8g
Carbohydrate
of which sugars*
56.6g 52g, 19.8g 18.2g
56.6g 52g, 19.8g 18.2g
Fibre
5.3g, 1.85g
5.3g, 1.85g
Protein
6.5g, 2.3g
6.5g, 2.3g
Salt
0.45g, 0.16g
0.45g, 0.16g

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