Making only the best since 1932. Gluten free. Quinoa plus golden flax. Excellent source of omega-3. 320 mg ALA per serving. GF: Certified gluten-free. Since 1932 DeBoles has prided itself on bringing you the best organic and all natural premium pastas. Our newest variety of gluten free quinoa and brown rice blend with golden flax to provide 320 mg of omega3 ALA per serving! The subtle flavor of quinoa and golden flax provides a balanced set of amino acids and omega-3 ALA for the perfect combination of flavor and function for you and your family. As with all of our premium varieties, this pasta never contains artificial flavors, colors or preservatives - only natural, whole grain brown rice, quinoa and golden flax. So not only is DeBoles gluten free pasta good to eat, it's good for you. Visit www.deboles.com for information on all our pasta. The paperboard of this carton is made from 100% recycled paper fiber. Minimum 35% post-consumer content. DeBoles is certified by The Gluten Intolerance Group of North America. The GFCO logo stands for the independent verification of quality, integrity and purity of products. Products carrying this logo meet strict gluten free standards, and are certified to have less than 10 ppm (parts per million) of gluten. Whole grain - 42 g or more per serving. Eat 48 g or more of whole grains daily. WholeGrainsCouncil.org. Nutritional Benefits: low fat; all natural; good source of fiber; vegan; 42 g of whole grains per serving. Diets rich in whole grain foods and other plant foods and low in total fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease and some cancers. www.deboles.com.
8 oz (226 g) x 12
4 per pack
Quick Cooking: Boil 4 quarts water. Add contents of this package to boiling water; stir gently until water boils again. Cook 6-8 minutes (do not overcook) drain and serve.
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