Bio Cereal Biscuits, Organic Whole-grain, 140g
Changing your lifestyle is easier than you think. Make your day with Biobi organic whole-grain five cereal biscuits, sweetened with apple juice.
Bio organic whole-grain five cereal biscuits are made from carefully chosen high quality ingredients from controlled organic production and processing. The secret of their full taste lies in natural ingredients and in the original combination of whole-grain cereals (wheat, rye, spelt, oats, rice). They are sweetened with apple juice and do not contain additional preservatives, flavouring or colouring. Once you try them, you will love them; although they are treated as sweets, they are natural and you can eat them without a guilty conscience.
Bio organic whole-grain five cereal biscuits are a healthy and delicious product, which taste perfect as they are. But you can eat them with coffee, tea and other beverages. You can also use them as pie or cake crust.
Individually packed (2 biscuits in a package), Bio biscuits will become your companion at work, school, on trips and journeys, during sport activities, and for lunch or snack, because they will provide additional power and energy for numerous everyday activities.
Cereal* 57 % (whole-grain wheat flour, rye flour, spelt flakes, oat flakes, rice), apple concentrate* (23 %), plant fat* (sunflower oil*, coconut oil*), poppy seeds*, raising agent (sodium hydrogencarbonate).
*Organic production / EU/Non-EU agriculture.
Controlled by Certisys BE-BIO-01.
Without preservatives, flavouring, or artificial colouring.
May contain eggs, milk, sesame, soy and nuts.
|Nutritional value||Per 100 g||Per packaging (2 biscuits, 17,5 g)|
|Energy value||1861 kJ/445 kcal||326 kJ/78 kcal (3,9 % GDA*)|
|Fat||16,6 g||3 g (4,3 % GDA*)|
|saturated fatty acids||3,6 g||0,6 g (3 % GDA*)|
|Carbohydrates||63,5 g||11 g (4,2 % GDA*)|
|sugar||21,7 g||4 g (4,4 % GDA*)|
|Dietary fibres||7,7 g||1,4 g|
|Protein||8,1 g||1,4 g (2,8 % GDA*)|
|Sodium||0,1 g||0,02 g (0,3 % GDA*)|
*of guideline daily amount for adults (GDA), based on the average caloric intake of (8400 kJ/2000 kcal) per day.