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Native Snacks Popped Lotus Seeds - Sweet Chilli 20g - Case of 16

Native Snacks Popped Lotus Seeds - Sweet Chilli 20g - Case of 16

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Native Snacks Popped Lotus Seeds - Sweet Chilli 20g

Native Snacks Sweet Chilli Popped Lotus Seeds are big on crunch and pack a sweet and spicy flavour punch. They are made from sustainably harvested lotus seeds, which are then left to dry in the sun and then heated and popped (think popcorn but better) to create this delicious, light and crunchy snack!

  • 20g.
  • Soy free.
  • Wheat free.
  • Dairy Free.
  • Gluten Free.
  • Better for you!
  • Better taste & crunch.
  • Better for the environment.
  • Seasoned with 100% natural flavourings.
  • A 2019 Great Taste Award winning product.
  • With no hidden preservatives or artificial ingredients.

Also available:

Native Snacks Popped Lotus Seeds - Sea Salt & Vinegar 20g and Native Snacks Popped Lotus Seeds - Sea Salt & Pink Pepper 20g.

Native Snacks Sweet Chilli & Lime Popped Lotus Seeds have a staggering 65% less fat than traditional Crisps & Savoury Snacks. They are a rich source of dietary fibre too, and as it thought that 90% of the UK doesn’t eat enough fibre, these Seeds may prove the most delicious way to change this!

What are lotus seeds?

Lotus seeds come from the lotus flower, India’s national flower. They are sourced from the fruit of the plant, which is found growing naturally in Indian ponds and rivers - nature’s answer to our snacking needs!

Can you eat lotus seeds?

Yes! Lotus seeds can be consumed fresh or in dried form. They’ve been a long standing staple in Indian street Food, where they’re roasted in ghee and sprinkled with salt. In fact they’re thought to be one of the oldest aquatic crops in eastern India, and have become something of a symbolic snack within their culture - known not only as a delicious snack but also a prominent ingredient in Ayurveda.

Can diabetics eat lotus seeds?

Being a low glycaemic (GI) food, the glycaemic index of lotus seeds is significantly lower than foods like Bread, Rice, Pulses & Grains. However diabetics or those individuals suffering from obesity, should carefully consider the additional ingredients of each Native Snack, such as the salt or seasoning, before choosing to consume them.

Open & enjoy Native Snacks Popped Lotus Seeds - Sweet Chilli.


Lotus Seeds (80%), Rapeseed Oil, Sugar, Rice Flour, Sea Salt, Yeast Extract, Garlic Powder, Onion, Tomato, Chilli, Ginger, Natural Flavouring, Parsley, Acid: Citric Acid, White Pepper, Paprika Extract, Fennel Extract

Nutritional Information:

Typical ValuesPer 100gPer 20g
Energy kJ/kcal 1828/434 366/87
Fat 11.0 2.2
of which Saturates 0.8 0.2
Carbohydrates 70.7 14.1
of which Sugars 3.7 0.7
Fibre 2.5 0.5
Protein 11.7 2.3
Salt 2.0 0.4


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