FABALOUS SHORTLISED AS FINALIST AS INNOVATIVE BETTER FOR YOU PRODUCT OF THE YEAR
FOOD MATTERS LIVE AWARDS 2019, LONDON
Fabalous Organic Cocoa and Hazelnut Chickpea Spread has been selected as one of the finalist Innovative Better-for-You Product of the Year at the Food Matters Live Awards in London, UK.
Fabalous spread is a delicious combination of chickpeas, hazelnuts and cacao. This chocolatey chickpea nut butter is a delicious guilt free spread to be used over pancakes or toast for an indulgent breakfast, or just spoon straight from the jar. Each jar contains 32% of chickpeas and has 57% less sugar and 81% more proteins than leading brand.
This cocoa and hazelnut spread is a first in its category and the first chocolate spread whose main ingredient are chick peas rather than sugar or sweeteners. The chickpeas base used for the spread is obtained through a proprietary production process whose patent is pending.
Additionally, chickpeas help improve our air and soil. Bacteria present on the roots of the chickpea plant convert nitrogen gas present in the air to a plant available form. Therefore, chickpeas do not need nitrogen fertilization, and can even take nitrogen out of the air and add to the soil.
This spread is the perfect option for high protein and low-sugar diets, it is an all-natural, vegan, plant base and soy, gluten and palm oil free product.
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About Coppola Foods
Coppola Foods is an innovative food company committed to making good food better.
We offer a comprehensive range of premium quality, tasty, nutritious and sustainable food products together with an excellent level of service and attentive solutions to fulfil the needs of customers and markets.
Our range of authentic Italian food products are cornerstones of the Mediterranean diet. This includes tomatoes, legumes, vegetable products, sauces, condiments and grain products.
We are a fourth-generation family business with a long heritage in the production and marketing of food products, dating back to 1903 in Salerno, in Southern Italy.