Organic Veggie Samosa Salad, jar
Vegan
Gluten-Free

Organic Veggie Samosa Salad, jar

$11.99  710mL
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Organic Veggie Samosa Salad, jar
Vegan
Gluten-Free

Description

A colorful, stunning salad made with a farmers' market bounty of different vegetables and topped with sweet raisins and crunshy peas. Our mix of samosa inspired spices and chutney like Mango-Jalapeno Dressing make this salad one very filling and nutritious meal in a jar! Made fresh from scratch with love in Toronto. Simply empty the dressing into the jar and shake to mix. Our salad jars are carefully layered and vacuum-sealed to ensure optimum freshness. Ingredients are all organically grown and locally focused.

Please return your jar. 

Please note: the date on the sticker on your jar is a 'best before' date. Please keep refrigerated and consume your salad by this date. Our jars are best consumed within 5 days including your day of delivery.

Ingredients

Salad Ingredients: Potato*, carrots*, peas*, cabbage*, sultana raisins*, Crunchy Peas* [green peas*, sunflower oil*, tapioca statch*, pea starch*, water, cane sugar*, sea salt, citric acid, lime extract, garlic powder*, onion powder*, herbs and spices*], onion*, olive oil*, garlic powder*, curry powder*, sea salt, cumin*. *Organic

Mango-Jalapeno Ingredients: Mango fruit spread* [mango*, cane sugar*, apple pectin, absorbic acid (vitamin C), citric acide], lime juice*, Valencia orange juice*, extra virgin olive oil*, canola oil*, sriracha* [water, green jalapeno pepper puree*, tomatillo puree*, white vinegar*, sugar*, pureed cilantro, garlic puree*, salt, garlic*, powdered spinach*, concentrated lime juice*, powdered jalapeno peppers*, xantham gum], garlic*, sea salt. *Organic

While we make efforts to prevent cross-contamination, our facility processes many ingredients so this product may also contain traces of egg, milk, sesame, soy, mustard, peanut, tree nuts, seafood, and wheat.  

Maker

Fresh City

Fresh City wants to change how you eat. By bringing makers and eaters closer together, we hope to rekindle the intimacy between people, land and food. For most of us today, farming is an invisible activity. We have lost all contact with the very activity that ten thousand years ago set our species off on its present course. By farming in the city and working with other like-minded makers, we deliver a food experience that respects our bodies, our planet and our shared tomorrow.