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Green's Baking Powder 100g
Green's Baking Powder 100g
Green's Baking Powder 100g
Green's Baking Powder 100g
Green's Baking Powder 100g
Green's Baking Powder 100g
Green's Baking Powder 100g
Green's Baking Powder 100g
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Green's Baking Powder 100g

Pack size : 100g

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When it comes to perfectly raised cakes, baking powder is the magic ingredient Green's Baking powder is an essential ingredient when preparing tasty sweet treats like cakes, cookies, muffins and breads for friends and family. Use Green's Corn flour to thicken sauces, soups, stews and other dishes.

DESCRIPTION

When it comes to perfectly raised cakes, baking powder is the magic ingredient Green's Baking powder is an essential ingredient when preparing tasty sweet treats like cakes, cookies, muffins and breads for friends and family. Use Green's Corn flour to thicken sauces, soups, stews and other dishes.

Ingredients

Maize Starch Acid Sodium Pyrophosphate Sodium Bicarbonate.

Package Type

Tin

Nutrition facts

Per100PortionType
Average nutritional values per 100g
Energyinkcal
182kcal
EnergyinkJ
770kj
Carbohydrates
42.3g
Sugar
0.05g
Protein
0.4g
Fat
0.05g
Sodium
13.8g

*Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calaries needs

INFORMATION

Storage Condition

Store in a Cool, Dry, Hygienic place, Please Avoid Humidity, Heat, Sunlight and Strong Light.

Brand Message

0The brand Green Giant Great Big Tender Peas was first used in 1925 and the figure of a giant was introduced three years later by Carly Stanek (Bingum). The brand was created in response to the discovery of a new variety of pea, the Prince of Wales: they were, as Martin Sloan relates, oblong, wrinkled, and, as peas go, huge. Despite their size, they were tender, and had a special flavor and sweetness that couldn't be matched. The company went to the brands for which it canned and found that none of them wanted to sell the new peas.