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TentMeals Cashew and Goji Berry Breakfast - 800 kcal

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An energising multigrain porridge of cashew nuts, goji berries, dates and ground flaxseed. 

 

Healthy, hearty, hot and delicious - expedition breakfasts designed to get even the grumpiest campers out of bed and going all day.

- 800kcal of high energy, high protein, and high fibre food in every pack

- super lightweight and easy to pack - only 196g a bag (including packaging weight)

- quick & easy - just add hot water

- wholesome and delicious, packed with yummy fruits and crunch walnuts for a naturally tasty breakfast

Makes 1 huge breakfast or 2 smaller portions.

All TentMeals are hand packaged in the UK with as many natural and nutritious ingredients as we can possibly cram into a bag. They exist to give you an instant meal that you can actually look forward to - something that's high energy and easy to make, but also absolutely delicious and super healthy.

PREP:

- Decant into a container
- Add approx 400-450ml boiling water
- Stir well and cover for 7 minutes
- Eat and enjoy :-)

 

NUTRITION:

Typical value per 100g  per pack (average 192g)
Energy 415 kcal/1736 kJ 800 kcal/3347 kJ
Protein 12.9g 24.9g
Carbohydrates 55.9g 107.6g
of which sugars 19.5g 37.5g
Fat 17.6g 34.0g
of which saturates

 3.9g

7.5g
Fibre

 8.2g

15.8g
Salt 2.38g 4.5g

 

INGREDIENTS: oats (gluten), cashew nuts 23%, dates (dates, rice flour), millet flakes, flaxseed, raw cane sugar, goji berries 2% (sulphurised), coconut milk powder, raspberries, salt, lemon, mixed spice. 

ALLERGENS: see ingredients in bold. This expedition meal is suitable for vegans and vegetarians.

BEST BEFORE END (BBE) DATES: typically 6-12 months. 

We are aware that our BBE dates are shorter than that of many freeze dried meals. This is because we have taken great care to make our meals as healthy as possible, meaning the ingredients we select are naturally dry or dried (e.g. nuts, seeds, herbs, spices, fruits, couscous etc) and so cannot last as long as freeze dried equivalents. Herbs and spices start to lose their flavour after around 12-18 months, nuts can start to sweat, and fruits can start to release their sugars. And so, the shelf life is usually a year or so from production. As we are unwilling to compromise on the quality of our ingredients, we must instead compromise on the shelf life.

 

Please note that the information provided above reflects the most recent production and that the individual product label should always be checked.