Project Description

RICE CAKES

BREAKFAST

Organic, gluten-free breakfast rice cakes.

IT’S SPECIAL BECAUSE:

The biscuits go perfectly with many ingredients, sweet or savory.

HOW TO USE:

Try them at breakfast with your favorite jam or spread.

LIVE BETTER WITH TASTE:

Risette Breakfast gives you an energy burst since the very beginning of the day their intake ofrice carbohydrates.

THE NUTRITIONIST RECOMMENDS.

Nutritionists advise us to have a good breakfast that gives us about 30% of the calories we need in the day.

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TECHNICAL DETAILS

INGREDIENTS

Rice* 86.8%, corn* 10%, natural flavors.

* from organic farming

ALLERGENICS

May contain traces of soy and sesame.

BEST BEFORE DATE

18 months after production date

NUTRITIONAL TABLE

DISCOVER ALSO

RICE CAKES – 100% RICE

RICE CAKES – SEEDS AND LEGUMES

RICE CAKES – RICE AND CORN

RICE CAKES – WHOLEGRAIN

RICE CAKES – RICE AND SOY

RICE CAKES – BASMATI RICE

RICE CAKES – HYPOSODIC

RICE CAKES – 8 CEREALS AND SEEDS

RICE CAKES – MULTICEREAL AND QUINOA

MINI RICE CAKES – 100% RICE

MINI RICE CAKES – PAPRIKA

MINI RICE CAKES – FINE HERBS

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A demonstration of what you can create with our rice

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