Shoyu Soy Organic Sauce

£1.34/100g
£1.34/100g
nutritional info
per 100g
Energy259 kJ,62 kCal
Fat0.10g
of which Saturates0.00g
of which Sugars0.00g
Fibre45.30g
Protein8.80g
Salt12.05g
Sodium4.820g

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brand

Clearspring

product information

There is a world of difference between this award winning soya sauce and most of products in the market. It is one of the finest quality availabe produced by artisan producers to a traditional recipe. It contains organic whole soya beans rather than soy isolates, and roasted whole wheat which are naturally fermented slowly in the cedarwood kegs.

ingredients

Water, soya beans* (20%), wheat*, sea salt
*organically grown

directions

Use during the last few minutes of cooking to preserve the delicate taste. A few drops of this rich, savoury seasoning bring out the subtle flavours in soups, sauces, salads, grains and vegetables.

delivered

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allergy

Contains gluten. 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.

about the brand

Clearspring have been pioneers of natural, animal free and organically grown foods since 1972, because right from the beginning they have known what leading experts worldwide are now saying: the way to a sustainable and healthy future is through growing and eating foods that are kind to the planet.

Their policy of providing nutritious and tasty alternatives to animal foods encourages a much better global use of land resource and trade. A primary cause of environmental degradation is from growing and shipping crops used for meat production, as well as destroying natural habitats to graze animals. By providing foods for better dietary health, they are also contributing to the significant reduction in resources needed for health care.

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