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Onion Flakes - 50g

$6.00

Product Description

Onion flakes are made from fresh onions which have been minced and dehydrated. Onion flakes can be used to replace fresh onion in soups, stews and other cooked foods.

Store in a cool, dry place.

$1.20 per 10g. Jar size: A (Small).

  • Ingredients
  • Nutritional Info
  • Allergen Info
  • Packaging Info
  • Ingredients: Onion.

    Country of Origin: Packed in New Zealand with ingredients from India.

  • Average Nutritional Information (per 100 g)
    Proximate                Amount/100g Unit (Edible Portion)
    Energy                     1460 kJ
    Protein                     9 g
    Fat                            0.5 g
    - Saturated               0.1 g
    Carbohydrates         83 g
    - Sugars                   37 g
    Dietary Fibre            0 g
    Sodium                    21 mg

  • Packed in a facility handling milk, gluten, egg, sesame, soy, sulphites and tree nuts.

  • Reducing waste is what we do!

    Dry items: You can choose to either have your item packaged into a glass jar or grab a paper bag refill (reusable bags are coming soon). Our jars are either $2 or $5 each, dependent on size. If you are a member of our Forward Whanau Return System then once you have paid your sign up deposit you will not pay for any glass packaging and can return your empty glass to us – we will sterilise and refill…creating a beautiful zero waste circle!

    Wet items: Obviously we can’t offer a refill paper bag option for these items so they are all packed into our glass jars, marasca oil bottles or amber bottles. The prices for these are either $2, $5 or $10. If you are a member of our Forward Whanau Return System then once you have paid your sign up deposit you will not pay for any glass packaging and can return your empty glass to us – we will sterilise and refill…creating a beautiful zero waste circle!

    Our return system is only for customers in Whangarei. Find out more here.