Spanish Flower Pollen | 500 g
KoRo flower pollen is a natural product from Spain.
- Natürlicher Energielieferant
- Frei von Zusätzen
incl. VAT plus shipping
✓ Delivery time appr. 5-7 workdays
The term ‘pollen’ itself comes from Latin and means ‘stamens’. The pollen moves with help of the wind as it is being carried by it, insects and it can even be transmitted from a bee to bee. This process serves for the propagation of the plants. What might not be as commonly known is the fact that flower pollen is extremely nutritious and a healthy supplement for humans.
The products’ images are sample pictures. You will find the nutritional values in the nutritional values’ table of the page.
Please compare the information with our products’ labels. We do our best to keep the database up to date, but some mistakes can occur. We do not always see them so if you do before us, we would be very thankful if you could let us know. You will find the information about allergens on the products’ labels and/or product specifications.
|Brennwert (in kj/kcal)||1718 /411|
|davon gesättigte Fettsäuren||0,8 g|
|davon Zucker||55,2 g|
|Nutrition traces||Erklärung der Spurenkennzeichnung|
|Delivery||Lieferzeit außerhalb Deutschlands|
|Storage||Store the product cool and dry|
|Ingredients||100% Flower pollen|
|Allergenes||May contain traces of GLUTEN, SOY, NUTS, ALMONDS, PEANUTS, MILK (LACTOSE), SESAME and SULFUR DIOXIDE.|
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