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Banana chips with no added sugar 1 kg
Banana chips with no added sugar 1 kg
Banana chips with no added sugar 1 kg
Banana chips with no added sugar 1 kg
Banana chips with no added sugar 1 kg
Banana chips with no added sugar 1 kg
Banana chips with no added sugar 1 kg

Banana chips with no added sugar 1 kg

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£9.50

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  • No added sugar
  • The popular fruit as crunchy crisps
  • Slightly sweet
  • Baked in coconut oil
  • Naturally delicious

Variety: Dried Crisps

Banana chips with no added sugar  1 kg

Dried

Freeze-dried banana chips  500 g

Freeze dried

Banana chips with no added sugar  1 kg

Crisps

Quantity: 1 piece

Banana chips with no added sugar  1 kg

1 piece

£9.50
per piece
Dried banana chips without additives | 10 x 1 kg

10 piece

£8.45
per piece

Quality: Chips ohne Zuckerzusatz

Banana chips with no added sugar  1 kg

Chips ohne Zuckerzusatz

£9.50
per kg
Dried banana stripes  250 g

Streifen

£12.00
per kg
Freeze-dried banana chips  500 g

Scheiben

£50.00
per kg
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BBD: 05.01.2023

Everything at a glance Banana chips with no added sugar 1 kg

Banana chips always have sugar? False! We do not add sugar or other flavour enhancers to this popular snack, as we think it is perfect and delicious just the way it is. One of Europe's favourite fruits, bananas are second only to apples. Since our dried banana chips are baked in coconut oil, they have a pleasant and characteristic coconut aroma – yum! Sugar-free banana chips are not sweet Since we deliberately do not use sugar as an ingredient, these dried banana chips only taste slightly sweet. If you are looking for a sweeter banana snack, you can try our dried banana strips, or you can sweeten these sugar-free chips yourself, for example with maple or agave syrup. How to use banana chips Our dried banana chips are the ideal snack for the little afternoon hunger, as an extra ingredient in your muesli or porridge, or as a topping for various desserts. Also suitable for decorating cakes or banana bread, you can also crush the chips and add them to the bottom of your cheesecake! For a

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Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 2232 / 533
Fat 32 g
   of which Saturates 28 g
Carbohydrate 57 g
   of which Sugars 12 g
Fibre 3,6 g
Protein 2,0 g
Salt 0,04 g

Order number BANA_001
Origin Philippines
Content 1 kg
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260335831090
Data sheet For technical reasons, the data may differ. For specific questions, please contact our customer support. Specification
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Store in a cool and dry place, away from light.
Ingredients 91 % banana, 9 % coconut oil
Cross-contamination Cross-contamination is the unwanted transfer of contamination from a product to another. This can occur when residues of other food are present in the production plant, for example. This notice is mainly directed at allergy sufferers. According to consumer associations, foods that are unintentionally cross-contaminated with animal products are still considered vegan. May contain traces of GLUTEN, PEANUTS, SOYBEANS, MILK (LACTOSE), other TREE NUTS, SESAME and SULPHUR DIOXIDE (SULFITES).
Sales name Fried banana slices, unsweetened
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Varieties and origins

Bananas grow in the tropical and subtropical regions near the Equator which are often referred to as The Banana Belt. This is located between the 38th degree north and the 28th degree south latitude, and offers ideal growing conditions. In 2018, almost 116 million tons of bananas were grown worldwide. The world's largest producer is India with 30.9 million tons.

The KoRo price chart Banana chips with no added sugar 1 kg

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21.02.2020
Rounding: Änderung der Rundungssystematik
0,85€/ 100g

+5,88%
0,90€ / 100g
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13.02.2020
Competition: Sortimentübergreifende Preisanpassung zur Steigerung der Wettbewerbsfähigkeit
0,80€/ 100g

+6,25%
0,85€ / 100g
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02.08.2019
Market: Monatliche Marktanpassung August
1,10€/ 100g

-27,27%
0,80€ / 100g
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27.03.2019
Environmental Project: Preisanpassung für Investitionen in unser CO2-Projekt und Produktentwicklung
0,99€/ 100g

+11,11%
1,10€ / 100g
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07.12.2018
Market: Marktbedingte Anpassung des Verkaufspreiseses
0,89€/ 100g

+11,24%
0,99€ / 100g
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15.06.2018
Portfolio expansion: Interne Preiserhöhung um den Einkaufsmehrwert für Dich durch eine Portfolioerweiterung bei uns zu vergrößern
0,79€/ 100g

+12,66%
0,89€ / 100g
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01.01.2016
Purchasing: Leichter Preisansteig im Einkaufspreis
0,69€/ 100g

+14,49%
0,79€ / 100g
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01.01.2015
Purchasing: Erhöhung Einkaufspreis durch Hersteller
0,65€/ 100g

+6,15%
0,69€ / 100g
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01.01.2014
New im Sortiment
0,65€ / 100g
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Questions about questions Banana chips with no added sugar 1 kg

Search in our FAQ section::

Are these banana chips still sweet?

Being completely free of added sugars, they are only slightly sweet; however, you can sweeten them as much as you want with your favourite natural sweetener, like agave or maple syrup. Yum!

How are these banana chips made?

The bananas are first peeled and cut into 2-3 mm-thick slices, and then fried in high-quality coconut oil. Voilà!, your delicious snack is ready.

How many calories do these bananas have?

100 grams of our banana chips with no added sugar have around 560 calories.

What vitamins can be found in bananas?

Bananas are full of vitamins, like A,C,K and different B Vitamins. They are especially high in B6.

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A happy customer says

M
6 Mar 2021
verified purchase

Snack without a guilty conscience

As with almost all products from Koro the best kg price and fast delivery. Only through this product I became aware of how much sugar the manufacturers otherwise mix in. At first, the banana chip may taste a bit bland, but who would like to consciously do without the sugar, finds here finally a great healthy product ? ultimately, the sugar taste is only habituation. Ideal also for children.

C
27 Jul 2021

But then they have sugar or not? Because in characteristics if it says q have it

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A critical customer says

C
28 Aug 2021

completely without intrinsic sweetener (tasteless)

I love, love, love banana chips as a snack more than anything! Of course, you know that the fruits themselves already contain a lot of fructose / calories, not to mention the sugared dried fruits that you get to buy so, so I thought the offer of Koro is ideal for me. Unfortunately, I'm sorely disappointed because the bananas taste like absolutely nothing! Less sweet? - okay sure; but GAR NOT sweet, not even own taste?! - what a pity! My friend reached into the bag without looking at it and didn't know what he was eating. I honestly don't understand why the dried bananas don't come with a tiny bit of inherent sweetness? If the tasteless plantains (Plantain) are processed here, then I think the reference to it is missing, otherwise you will only be disappointed.

S
30 Aug 2021

Hey Catharina, we are very sorry that the article does not meet your expectations. Our banana chips are deep-fried with coconut oil and therefore have no typical banana flavor. They taste nutty with a slight coconut note. So probably unfamiliar, but our customers love our banana chips. For more banana I recommend our banana slices. Many kind regards, your KoRo Team :)

M
12 Sep 2021

Then that should really be in the description. Was also very disappointed.

5
C
25 Oct 2021

I felt exactly the same. Was very disappointed... :-( Hope that the freeze-dried taste better banana

F
14 Nov 2021

Ditto for me, extremely disappointed, these chips have absolutely no taste, none, neither banana, nor nut, nor coconut, nothing!!! Just a crunchy paste with no interest!

K
16 Nov 2021

Tried them too. Has absolutely nothing to do with banana. My friend said they taste like a piece of cardboard. Then rather eat a little sugar but less but these are a waste of money.

J
17 Nov 2021

I can't relate to the positive reviews. Our kids and I love banana chips. But these taste like nothing. For me, 3-4 banana chips made me feel sick to my stomach. Our kids don't even like them when I sprinkle birch sugar on them. :-( Too bad about that. I wonder what to do with the banana chips?

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All the reviews "Banana chips with no added sugar 1 kg"

A
2 Dec 2021
verified purchase

Too bad, unfortunately not as good as hoped!

Too bad, unfortunately not as good as hoped! It lacks the taste of banana or the sweetness. Also, they are not as crunchy as you are used to. If you eat them mixed in the muesli, then it goes. Also processed in muesli bars it is okay. They don't taste as good straight for that. I will use up my chips but unfortunately not again order new ones.

F
1 Dec 2021
verified purchase

Not my cup of tea

Consistency great.
Flavor mealy...

Have they refined myself with honey because they have not tasted a bit sweet. Next time but take the sugar

A
27 Nov 2021
verified purchase

Taste mega delicious

Price-performance ratio is good. Finally banana chips without sugar.

L
27 Nov 2021
verified purchase

Those were the first sugar-free banana chips that

These were the first sugar free banana chips I tried. They are good as a topping for muesli. As a snack for in between I like the unsweetened version but not so much.

A
25 Nov 2021
verified purchase

They are just delicious!!! ;-)

The 2 bags I ordered won't last long. You are tempted to snatch a few banana chips every time you walk by...and not just use them for Muslis, ice cream or curry dishes. They are just delicious!!! ;-)

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