Coriander & Herbs Naan 12pkts x 17.6oz (500g)

$78.00    Per Case

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Product Description

You’ll love the flavor of our traditional Coriander and Herb Naan, perfectly spiced to complement any meal in style.

Product Ingredients :
Enriched Flour, water(wheat flour, thiamine mononitare, riboflavin, niacin, folic acid, reduced iron, ascorbic acid, amylase, berizoyl peroxide), cilantro, canola oil, salt, sugar, yeast, baking powder, black pepper, herbs, spices, vinegar and calcium propionate.

may contain traces of peanuts and/or nuts.

Cooking / Heat Directions :
As individual microwaves and ovens vary, these are guidelines only. For Microwave – For soft and best results wrap Naan in a damp cloth and heat for 30-45 seconds. For oven – Wrap Naan in foil, place in preheated 425 ºF oven for 2 to 4 minutes. To Grill – For best results place Naan on hot plate 1 minute or more each side as desired. Use margarine or butter for extra flavor. Refrigerate or freeze the product after opening the package.

Nutritional Facts (US Version )
Nutritional Facts(Canadian Version )

SKU: 777762001209
As individual microwaves and ovens vary, these are guidelines only. For Microwave - For soft and best results wrap Naan in a damp cloth and heat for 30-45 seconds. For oven - Wrap Naan in foil, place in preheated 425 ºF oven for 2 to 4 minutes. To Grill - For best results place Naan on hot plate 1 minute or more each side as desired. Use margarine or butter for extra flavor. Refrigerate or freeze the product after opening the package.
Enriched Flour, water, cilantro, canola oil, basil, salt, sugar, yeast, baking powder, black pepper, herbs, spices, vinegar and calcium propionate. May contain traces of peanuts and/or nuts.

Product Description

You’ll love the flavor of our traditional Coriander and Herb Naan, perfectly spiced to complement any meal in style.

Product Ingredients :
Enriched Flour, water(wheat flour, thiamine mononitare, riboflavin, niacin, folic acid, reduced iron, ascorbic acid, amylase, berizoyl peroxide), cilantro, canola oil, salt, sugar, yeast, baking powder, black pepper, herbs, spices, vinegar and calcium propionate.

may contain traces of peanuts and/or nuts.

Cooking / Heat Directions :
As individual microwaves and ovens vary, these are guidelines only. For Microwave – For soft and best results wrap Naan in a damp cloth and heat for 30-45 seconds. For oven – Wrap Naan in foil, place in preheated 425 ºF oven for 2 to 4 minutes. To Grill – For best results place Naan on hot plate 1 minute or more each side as desired. Use margarine or butter for extra flavor. Refrigerate or freeze the product after opening the package.

Additional Information

UPC#

777762001209

Size

500g (5 per package)

Packaging Specs

12 x 500g (6.50kg/case)

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