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Wholemeal Spelt Flour, Organic 1kg (Doves Farm)

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Organic Wholemeal Spelt Flour

  • Milled from Organic Spelt grown in the UK.
  • More fibre than white flour.
  • Stoneground
  • Adds a fuller flavour to your baking.
Spelt or triticum spelta is an ancient relative of modern wheat. This flour is made from UK and European Spelt Grain. It makes a healthier alternative to refined white flour, which some people who find modern wheat hard to digest are able to cope with.

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Ingredients:

Organically grown Spelt Grain. Produce of the UK.

To keep this flour at its best, roll down the top after use and store in a cool, dry place.

Please note that this flour contains gluten, because spelt is a type of wheat. For more information on our ingredients policy please see here

Nutritional Information

Typical ValuesPer 100g
Energy330kcal
Protein13.3g
Carbohydrates63.6g
_of which sugars1.3g
Fat2.5g
_of which saturates0.4g
Dietary Fibre8.5g
SodiumTrace

OrganicVegetarian, Vegan.

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