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HNINA Gourmet

HNINA Gourmet

North Hollywood, CA

Sprouted Trail Mix Pure Maple Syrup (4oz)

View reviews for Sprouted Trail Mix Pure Maple Syrup (4oz) 5.00 (1 review)
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INGREDIENTS:

Raw sprouted seeds (Pumpkin, flax, sunflower & sesame)*, Raw sprouted nuts (almond, hazelnut & pistachio)*, Raw coconut chips*, Dates*, Pure maple syrup*.

*organic ingredients

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ABOUT:

Crunchy, nourishing, delicious and absolutely satiating, HNINA's raw sprouted trail mix is the perfect companion before or after an intense training or hike. A handful of these raw sprouted seeds, nuts, coconut & dates will provide you with real food nourishment and nutrients.

You will get protein, vitamins, minerals that are absorbable by your body as the phytic acid enzyme inhibitor naturally contained in the nuts & seeds is neutralized in the sprouting process.

The perfect grab and go snack. Eat as chips or sprinkle on your salad or yogurt.

PACK SIZE:

Pack includes one 4oz bag.

All packaging is compostable

MORE ABOUT HNINA GOURMET:

@hninagourmet

ALLERGY WARNING:

Contains nuts and tree nuts.

Legal Disclaimer Statements regarding dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.

MEET THE MAKER

HNINA Gourmet

HNINA Gourmet

North Hollywood, CA

Because of Vanessa's family history of diabetes, she wanted to create nutrient-dense dark chocolate, and so she created HNINA!

Fun Facts:

Vanessa is following the footsteps of her grandmothers, who sprouted their nuts and used dry fruits as their pastry base.