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Pistachio paste with Himalayan salt Pistachio paste with Himalayan salt 250g
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12.52 €

Pistachio paste with Himalayan salt 250g

MZ-STORE 4 based on 2 reviews
Shipping weight: 300g
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Natural

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Description
  • Delicious pistachio paste with a tiny addition of Himalayan salt
  • A source of valuable vitamins, microelements, and antioxidants
  • Perfect as an addition to meals
  • 100% free from preservatives
  • Free from sugar and palm oil
  • Cardiovascular health

MZ Pistachio paste with Himalayan salt is a solid portion of health in the form of valuable vitamins and minerals, as well as a feast for the taste buds, being a great addition to a meal, regardless of the type of diet.

Society is getting more and more aware of healthy eating, which is exhibited by an increase in eating habits. More and more people try to incorporate minimally processed products into their menu. Unfortunately, nuts and nut-based goods, due to their high energy value, have become infamous. The offered paste will change this misconception.

Pistachios are considered a premium product for a reason. The amazing taste combined with pro-health qualities ​​certainly increase their value. Pistachios are a real wealth of vitamins (mainly from B group) and antioxidants. Together with Himalayan salt, they are not only a great combination for the taste buds, but also provide a solid portion of minerals such as calcium, potassium, magnesium, zinc and, especially important for vegans, iron.

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Pistachio love <3! I've been eating for 2 days and it's great
05/07/2021 Manuela

It is worth paying attention to the complete transparency of the composition. The paste does not contain any chemical additives that could adversely affect your health. It does not contain sugar or harmful palm oil, so eagerly added by producers of regular creams and pastes. Contrary to appearances, the high-fat content is a great advantage, because the vast majority are unsaturated fatty acids. In the scientific community, it is believed that they are responsible for improving blood lipid parameters, and thus exert a protective function within the circulatory system.

To sum up, MZ Pistachio paste with Himalayan salt is a perfect choice for everyone who wants to enjoy the amazing, natural taste and a solid portion of health, extracted straight from pistachios.

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Composition
per 100 gamount%DV
Energy value2512kJ / 600kcal**
Fat45,3g**
of which saturated fatty acids5,5 g**
Carbohydrates29,2g **
of which sugars7,5g**
Protein18,7g**
Salt1,5g**
Other ingrednients

Roasted pistachios 98.5%, Himalayan salt 1.5%.

 

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