Page 11 of 19: record(s) 251 to 275 of 464

Pages < 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 >

PREPACKED COMMODITIES
Code
£
VAT
Mixed Nuts 6x250g Mixed Nuts 6x250g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
16759
21.16
0.00
Mixed Nuts 6x125g Mixed Nuts 6x125g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
16760
12.05
0.00
Mixed Nuts 6x250g Mixed Nuts 6x250g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
01917
15.98
0.00
Mixed Nuts 6x125g Mixed Nuts 6x125g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
01918
8.78
0.00
09951
6.98
0.00

We can trace our milling roots right back to 1675 when my ancestor William Lea started milling at Swettenham Mill, near Congleton in Cheshire. Today we are still keeping up the family tradition after 14 generations as an independent company, doing things our way, which we think is the right way! We select, mill and produce our cereals Swettenham Millourselves-we don't think anyone can do it better. It's this special way of milling that we've evolved over generations that means we retain all the goodness of the germ and bran to the 'wholegrain', so we, and you of course, can enjoy a healthier, tastier breakfast.

... (tap for more)
Code
£
VAT
Mornflake Coarse Oatmeal 6x500g Mornflake Coarse Oatmeal 6x500g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
01840
5.63
0.00
Mornflake Fine Oatmeal 6x750g Mornflake Fine Oatmeal 6x750g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
10820
9.37
0.00
Mornflake Medium Oatmeal 6x750g Mornflake Medium Oatmeal 6x750g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
10819
9.37
0.00
Mornflake Oat Groats 6x500g Mornflake Oat Groats 6x500g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
01853
9.68
0.00
Mornflake Oatbran 6x800g Mornflake Oatbran 6x800g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
66872
13.55
0.00

Mung bean, also known as green bean, mung, moong, mash bean, munggo or monggo, green gram, golden gram, and green soy, is the seed of Vigna radiata which is native to India and Pakistan. The split bean is known as moong dal, which is green with the husk, and yellow when dehusked. The beans are small, ovoid in shape, and green in colour. The mung bean is one of many species recently moved from the genus Phaseolus to Vigna and is still often seen cited as Phaseolus aureus or Phaseolus radiatus. These are all the same plant. The English word "mung" derives from the Hindi moong. Mung beans are commonly used in Chinese cuisine, where they are called lu dou (literally "green bean"), as well as in Japan, Korea, Pakistan, India, Thailand and Southeast Asia. In Vietnam, they are called du xanh (again, literally "green bean"). They are generally eaten either whole (with or without skins) or as bean sprouts, or used to make the dessert "green bean soup". The starch of mung beans is also extracted from them to make jellies and "transparent/cellophane" noodles. In Vietnam, the transparent wrapping of Vietnamese spring rolls is made from mung bean flour. Mung batter is used to make crepes named Pesarattu in Andhra Pradesh, India.

... (tap for more)
Code
£
VAT
Mung Beans 6x500g Mung Beans 6x500g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
01939
12.38
0.00
Code
£
VAT
Jumbo Oats 6x500g Jumbo Oats 6x500g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
01760
6.62
0.00
Porridge Oats 6x500g Porridge Oats 6x500g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
01763
6.58
0.00

The papaya (from Carib via Spanish), is the fruit of the plant Carica papaya, in the genus Carica. It is native to the tropics of the Americas, and was cultivated in Mexico several centuries before the emergence of the Mesoamerican classic cultures. It is sometimes called a "big melon" or a "paw paw" but the North American pawpaw is a different species, in the genus Asimina. It is a large tree-like plant, the single stem growing from 5-10m tall, with spirally arranged leaves confined to the top of the trunk; the lower trunk is conspicuously scarred where leaves and fruit were borne. The leaves are large, 50-70cm diameter, deeply palmately lobed with 7 lobes. The tree is usually unbranched if unlopped. The flowers are similar in shape to the flowers of the Plumeria but are much smaller and wax like. They appear on the axils of the leaves, maturing into the large 15-45cm long, 10-30cm diameter fruit. The fruit is ripe when it feels soft (like a ripe avocado or a bit softer) and its skin has attained an amber-orange hue. The fruit's taste is vaguely similar to pineapple and peach, although much milder without the tartness. It is the first fruit tree to have its genome deciphered.

... (tap for more)
Code
£
VAT
Diced (+sugar) Papaya 6x125g Diced (+sugar) Papaya 6x125g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
03286
6.54v
1.31

The peach (Prunus persica) is known as a species of Prunus native to China that bears an edible juicy fruit also called a peach. It is a deciduous tree growing to 5-10 m tall, belonging to the subfamily Prunoideae of the family Rosaceae. It is classified with the almond in the subgenus Amygdalus within the genus Prunus, distinguished from the other subgenera by the corrugated seed shell. A medium peach has 30 calories, 7g of carbohydrate (6g sugars and 1g fibre), 1g of protein, 140mg of potassium, and 8% of the daily value (RDA) for vitamin C.

... (tap for more)
Code
£
VAT
Peaches (SO2) 6x250g Peaches (SO2) 6x250g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
16887
13.46
0.00

The peanut, or groundnut (Arachis hypogaea), is a species in the legume family (Fabaceae) native to South America, Mexico and Central America. It is an annual herbaceous plant growing to 30-50cm tall. The leaves are opposite, pinnate with four leaflets (two opposite pairs; no terminal leaflet), each leaflet 1-7cm long and 1-3cm broad. The flowers are a typical peaflower in shape, 2-4cm across, yellow with reddish veining. After pollination, the fruit develops into a legume 3-7cm long, containing 1-4 seeds, which forces its way underground to mature. Peanuts are a rich source of protein (roughly 30 grams per cup after roasting). Prior to 1990 the PER method of protein evaluation considered peanut protein along with soy protein an incomplete protein, containing relatively low amounts of the essential amino acids cysteine and methionine (but high in lysine), and it was advised to be sure that a diet or meal with peanuts as a staple also include complementary foods such as whole grains like corn and wheat, which are adequate in methionine but limited by lysine. Protein combining has been largely discredited. Since 1990 the gold standard for measuring protein quality is the Protein Digestibility Corrected Amino Acid Score (PDCAAS) and by this criterion peanut protein and other legume proteins such as soy protein is the nutritional equivalent of meat and eggs for human growth and health. Peanut oil is a mainly monounsaturated fat (50%), much of which (97%) is oleic acid. Saturated fatty acids compose 13% of peanut fat, where palmitic acid is the most present (74%) followed by stearic acid (16%). Some say peanuts are an unbalanced source of fat because they have only trace amounts of required Omega-3 fats. Some brands of peanut butter are fortified with Omega-3 in the form of linseed oil to balance the ratio of Omega-3 to Omega-6. Peanuts are a good source of niacin and thus contribute to brain health, brain circulation and blood flow.

... (tap for more)
Code
£
VAT
Paleskin Peanuts 6x500g Paleskin Peanuts 6x500g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
26862
16.16
0.00
Paleskin Peanuts 6x125g Paleskin Peanuts 6x125g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
06138
5.63
0.00
Redskin Peanuts 6x250g Redskin Peanuts 6x250g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
10789
7.18
0.00
Roasted Peanuts 6x250g Roasted Peanuts 6x250g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
10786
7.69v
1.54
Salted Peanuts 6x250g Salted Peanuts 6x250g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
16536
7.85v
1.57
Code
£
VAT
68270
29.74
0.00
63642
17.40
0.00

The pear is an edible pomaceous fruit produced by a tree of genus Pyrus. The pear is classified within Maloideae, a subfamily within Rosaceae. The apple (Malus ×domestica), which it resembles in floral structure, is also a member of this subfamily. The English word pear is probably from Common West Germanic pera, probably a loanword of Vulgar Latin pira, the plural of pirum, akin to Greek api(r)os, which is likely of Semitic origin. The place name Perry can indicate the historical presence of pear trees. The term "pyriform" is sometimes used to describe something which is "pear-shaped". Pears are rich in Vitamin A, Vitamin C, E1, copper and potassium. Pears are the least allergenic of all fruits. Because of this, it is sometimes used as the first juice introduced to infants. Pears can be useful in treating inflamation of mucous membranes, colitis, chronic gallbladder disorders, arthritis, and gout. Pears can also be beneficial in lowering high blood pressure, controlling blood cholesterol levels, and increasing urine acidity. Most of the fibre in Pears is insoluble, making pears a good laxative. The gritty fibre content may cut down on the number of cancerous colon polyps. Most of the vitamin C, as well as the dietary fibre, are contained within the skin of the fruit.

... (tap for more)
Code
£
VAT
Pears (SO2) 6x250g Pears (SO2) 6x250g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
01805
13.28
0.00

The Pecan (Carya illinoinensis or illinoensis) is a species of hickory, native to south to central North America, in Mexico from Coahuila south to Jalisco and Veracruz,in the United States from southern Iowa, Illinois and Indiana east to western Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina and western Tennessee, south toGeorgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas. "Pecan" is from an Algonquian word, meaning a nut requiring a stone to crack. Pecans are a good source of protein and unsaturated fats. A diet rich in nuts can lower the risk of gallstones in women. The antioxidants and plant sterols found in pecans reduce high cholesterol by reducing the "bad" LDL cholesterol levels.

... (tap for more)
Code
£
VAT
Pecan Nuts 6x125g Pecan Nuts 6x125g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
01902
13.71
0.00

Page 11 of 19: record(s) 251 to 275 of 464

Pages < 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 >