Spelt Piadina, Organic, Natural Food (270g) | Abel & Cole

Spelt Piadina, Organic, Natural Food (270g)

(£1.04 per 100g)
Organic Vegan

These flatbreads have remained an Italian staple since the Romans. These are made with spelt flour for an organic, yeast-free, vegan-friendly wrap. They’re great as a light lunch with sandwich fillings or go beautifully with sliced banana.
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It all started with Stefano’s parents and their 225-tree olive grove in Alghero, North West Sardinia, an area renowned for the fantastic quality of its olive oil. These days, Stefano and his foodie bunch are our go-to guys for traditional, Italian, organic food. And we’re not their only fans. They started selling their organic food (including fresh pasta, piadinas and Italian cheeses) on the streets of dear old London: the markets of Spitalfields, Portobello and foodie-fave Borough have long been a-buzz with these incredible Italian imports. From their days on the London markets, these guys have grown into a flourishing business that sells over 300 products that are all anchored in traditional production methods alongside organic and high-welfare farming and husbandry.

Ingredients & allergens

Spelt flour (55%)*, Wheat flour*, Water, Sunflower oil*, Extra virgin olive oil*, Salt, Natural flavour.

* = produced to organic standards. For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, please see ingredients in bold.


Nutritional Information per 100g/ml
Energy (kJ): 1366
Energy (kcal): 324
Protein (g): 8.0
Carbohydrate (g): 53.1, of which sugars (g): 2.8
Fat (g): 8.1, of which saturates (g): 2.3
Salt (g): 1.2

Storage & prep

Store in a cool, dry place and once opened eat within 3 days. Cook on a griddle or non-stick pan - no need to add oil or butter. Heat for 1 minute on each side and add your favourite fillings.

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