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Wasabi Peas 2kg

Information:

Green Peas Coated with Spicy Wasabi Flavour
Spice up Your Party or Add Kick to a Salad
Suitable for Vegetarians

Exotically Hot Snacks with a Kick from Yutaka!

Warning: Danger of mouth combustion!

Yutaka wasabi peas are our hottest product and we’re not just talking about the sales!
Pop them in your mouth and be prepared for streaming eyes… but we warn you - you won’t be able to stop!

They are simply dried green peas with a spicy coating. The spicy kick comes from Wasabi which is famous as the Japanese horseradish eaten with Sushi. Since ancient times, Wasabi has been used as a medicinal herb in Japan before it started to be grown as a food. It is one of the most popular of Japanese spices.

The big box is good value for parties and the container helps keep your fresh wasabi peas better and longer. Enjoy with beer, or any kind of your favourite cold beverage!

Happy burning!

Content:

Ingredients
Green peas (69%), Waxy maize starch, Sugar, Palm oil, Corn starch, Salt, Wasabi flavour powder [Wasabi essence (Mustard), Maltodextrin], Colours [E100, E133, E141].

Allergens
See ingredients in bold.
Product made in a factory that handles sesame and nuts.

Storage Information
Store in a cool, dry place.

Nutritional Information Typical Values
Per 100g

Energy 1631kJ/ 390kcal

Fat

of which saturates

6g

3.1g

Carbohydrate

of which sugars

55.2g

6.3g

Protein 13.8g
Salt 1.3g

Product of Origin
Product of China.

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