|Energy||kcals 362, kj 1534|
|of which Saturates||0.6g|
|of which Sugars||2.3g|
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Infinity Foods Wholesale
Organic red split lentils are a colourful and flavour filled pulse. More orange than red, they have a light nutty flavour and aroma. With no need to pre-soak and quick to prepare; they are great intact in salads and burgers, or can easily be cooked to a lush creamy consistency perfect for traditional Indian recipes.
These premium red split lentils are certified organic and are grown and processed without any artificial inputs. They have no added preservatives and are non GMO.
99% Organic Red Split Lentils, 1% Organic Sunflower Oil (The organic sunflower oil is used to make the lentils shinier and brighter.)
As red split lentils cook much more quickly than whole lentils, it is not necessary to pre-soak them before cooking. However, some people may choose to do so for 30-60 minutes to reduce any remaining saponin, a naturally occurring coating on seeds and pulses. Uncooked red lentils can be well rinsed and then added directly to curries and hotpots, simmering for 20 minutes or until soft. Perfect for traditional Indian dahl’s and thick lentil soups; cook with spices and vegetables, adding water or stock as needed, till creamy and luscious – about 30 minutes.
To pre-cook red lentils, rinse thoroughly before bringing to boil in a pot of water at a ratio of 1:5. Let boil for 10 minutes, before reducing to a simmer for a further 5-10 minutes or until soft but still intact. Do not add salt to water, as this can cause the ‘skin’ to become tough.
Cooked lentils can be added whole to salads and wraps; made into irresistible vegan lentil burgers with besan flour, spices and fresh herbs; or pureed to thicken savoury dishes.
25kg multi-ply paper sacks
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.
Dal, Curry, Vegan Lasagne, Soups
Red lentils are rich in iron, fiber, selenium, zinc, carbohydrates, protein, and vitamin B1. Plus, they’re an excellent source of phosphorus, manganese, and folic acid.
These lentils are low-fat and only have 360 calories per 100 grams
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.