Butter Beans Organic

£0.56/100g
£0.56/100g
nutritional info
per 100g
Energy303kcal / 1287kJ
Fat1.7g
of which Saturates0.4g
of which Sugars3.6g
Fibre16.0g
Protein19.0g

We don't provide any packaging, so you must bring your own container. If you know the exact weight you need, please select "by weight (g)" and enter the number of grams. Alternatively, you can choose to bring your container and simply "fill it up" or fill it "half full" etc. Since all containers vary in size, if you choose one of these options we'll weigh and price your order when you collect it. Your selection helps us estimate how much to bring with us.

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product origin

China

brand

Infinity Foods Wholesale

product information

Initially from South and Central America, the lima bean, commonly called butter beans has adapted to live in many different climates around the world. Like many beans, raw butter beans are toxic (containing e.g. phytohaemagglutinin) if not boiled for at least 10 minutes.

ingredients

Organic Butter Beans

directions

Dried butter beans require soaking before they can be cooked. Soak the beans in cool water for a minimum of five hours and as long as eight hours or overnight. Ensure that the beans are fully submerged. The longer they soak, the softer and creamier they’ll be. Do not use the soaking liquid to cook the beans, as sugars — which produce gas when consumed — are released by the beans into the liquid.

delivered

Product is packed directly into 25kg paper baggrade multi-wall paper sack

allergy

Allergen handling policies and procedures are in place through the supply chain to reduce the likelihood of cross contamination from allergens, however this cannot be guaranteed.

health benefits

Butter beans, like many other legumes, are a good source of dietary fiber

about the brand

At Infinity, providing an extensive range of high quality vegetarian foods is what they do and this has been their commitment from the outset.

As a worker’s co-operative, they are a business run by, and for, their workers. They practice an equitable form of business that is not solely driven by profit margins. They believe that it is their responsibility to provide food that is as far as possible, natural and unadulterated, free from GM and hydrogenated fat, organic accredited and sourced from companies with high ethical standards.

As well as trading and building relations with producers and suppliers in developing countries, they are equally as committed to sourcing as much as possible locally. They aim for a fair and just business practice with all of their trading partners, suppliers and producers and in turn, their customers.

They also recycle our own-generated glass, cans, plastic, ‘Tetra-pak and cardboard waste. The boxes used to pack Infinity Foods own brand products are, wherever possible, collected from their customers and used time and time again.

Their beliefs do not sit at the peripheries of our business; they are and have been pivotal to their ethos for over 35 years. This is their bottom line and what motivates them both in the here and now and in the long-term.

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