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Diced Pineapple with SO2 from Real Foods

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Diced Pineapple with SO2 added sugar ingredients:

Dried Pineapple, sugar, SO2, citric acid

Nutritional values per 100g : Energy 355 kcal. / 1505 kJ, Protein 0.2g, Carbohydrate 84.7g - Of which sugars 71.5g, Fat 0.2g - Of which saturates Trace, Fibre 1.1g. Sodium 0.03g

About Diced Pineapple with SO2 from Real Foods

Pineapple is an excellent source of vitamin C and manganese. It is also a good source of vitamin B1, vitamin B6, copper and dietary fibre. Diced Pineapple makes a healthy and delicious snack for all ages. It also reconstitutes well when soaked for 30 minutes in water, fruit juice, or alcohol. Serve with yoghurt, fromage frais or whipped cream.

Customer reviews

I used this diced pineapple in a fruit cake for the first time recently and the whole family loved it. I rinsed the sugar off first so that I didn't make the cake any sweeter. Lovely.

By Oliver Saunders on 13/08/2014

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