#SheSociety rounds up this week’s newest finds
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Supermarket chocolate spreads are often considered a child-friendly option for breakfast and snacks. However, with many popular options containing 21 grams of sugar and 200 calories per serve – in addition to other controversial ingredients such as palm oil, milk powder and synthetic flavourings – chocolate spreads can contribute to a number of health concerns relating to childhood obesity and diabetes, while also robbing the body of essential nutrients other nut butters can provide.
2019 Food & Beverage Industry Awards winner, Lori’s Wholesome Pantry, launched Australia’s first-ever cacao flavoured Watermelon Seed Butter as a healthy, nut-free alternative to traditional supermarket chocolate spreads.
Containing 100% organic plant-based ingredients, including watermelon seeds, tiger nut flour and cacao, this allergen-friendly spread is free from gluten, preservatives, additives, refined sugars and dairy, and nuts, and serves as an ideal spread for lunchbox sandwiches, toast, smoothies and pancakes.
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