Country Ladle with Bone Broth

Country Ladle with Bone Broth Hearty Lentil & Veg

  • 10G of protein per can
  • Contains collagen
  • Source of fibre
  • 99% fat free
  • More than 3 serves of veggies in every can
  • No artificial colours or flavours
  • No artificial preservatives
  • Made in Australia
  • 3.5 Product Health Star Rating
70% To 79% Australian Ingredients

What ingredients do we use?

In our Country Ladle soup range we use a selection of quality local and imported ingredients. The fresh Australian ingredients include chicken, beef, pumpkin, carrots, potato and cream. We proudly make all our products in country Victoria and we try to use Australian ingredients – however due to aspects like crop seasonality, local ingredient availability and other factors out of our control, we can’t always source from Australia. To ensure we deliver you the best product, that has the same great taste every time, each ingredient, no matter where it comes from, has to pass our rigorous testing for taste, quality and safety.

Nutrition Information*

Servings Per Package 2

Serving Size 250g Per Serve Per 100g
Energy 422 kJ (91 Cal)169 kJ (40 Cal)
Protein5.3g2.1g
Fat, Total0.5g0.2g
- Saturated0.1g0.0g
Carbohydrate16.5g6.6g
- Sugars3.6g1.4g
Dietary Fibre3.0g1.2g
Sodium629mg252mg
Collagen0.62g0.25g

Ingredients

Vegetables (50%) (Red Lentils (11%), Carrots (10%), Tomato Puree, Zucchini, Tomatoes, Celery, Onions, Spinach, Garlic), Water, Chicken Bone Broth (17%) (Water, Chicken Bones, Sage Extract, Natural Antioxidant (Rosemary Extract)), Cornflour, Potato Starch, Salt, Sugar, Spices (Contains Wheat), Yeast Extract, Herbs, Mineral Salt (Calcium Chloride), Ginger Extract.
CONTAINS GLUTEN CONTAINING CEREALS.

* The nutrition information contained in this list of Nutrition Facts is based on our current data. However, because the data may change from time to time, this information may not always be identical to the nutritional label information of products on shelf.

** Based on an average adult diet of 8700kJ and Based on the Australian Dietary Guidelines (2013).