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Koro Drogerie Soja Crispies with cacao - 1kg
- Soja Protein Crispies (60 g/ 100 g)
- A deliciously crunchy addition to muesli, porridge, or salads
- No GMO, sugar, or additives
- Produced in Germany
- 1 kg value pack
Tip: great for muesli or homemade bars
Want a little more protein? Our Protein Crispies are made from GMO-free soja produced in Germany and are rich in protein (60g/100g). But how do these little white balls contain so much protein and yet are still light and delicious? The high protein content comes naturally from the well-know soja bean. But how does a soja bean become a soy crispy? Crispies are produced through extrusion. This process forms protein-rich raw materials into little balls, in this case. First, a mixture is formed from soja and maize, which of course contains water. As the "dough" is condensed in a heated screw press, it is pressed through a small vent. The vent causes a loss of pressure, which causes the mass to expand and dry, giving it its balloon form. Last but not least they are coated with a light layer of sugar and cacao. The high level of plant protein is ideal for atheletes but also for anyone who enjoy a crispy addition to their muesli. It's the perfect add-on. Our Soja Protein Crispies are also completely free of added sugar or other addititives. They are especially well-suited as an ingredient in bars and other sweets for that extra portion of protein and chocolate flavour.
Sojaprotein, rice semolina, sugar, cacao powder (low-fat),soja flour, salt May contain traces of gluten, nuts, almonds, peanuts, milk (lactose), Kann Spuren von Gluten, Nüssen, Mandeln, Erdnüssen, Milch(Laktose), sesame or sulfite. Store in a cool, dry place away from heat.
Note: The recommended daily intake must not be exceeded. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced, varied diet and healthy lifestyle. Store out of the reach of children.
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