SWEET EARTH Veggie Lo Mein 9 oz. Box

Chinese noodles & Seitan w/ green beans, broccoli, peppers & mushrooms under a sesame ginger sauce. A tender bed of Chinese noodles, green beans, broccoli, peppers, mushrooms and our seitan, topped with a savory sesame ginger drizzle. 17 Grams protein per serving. Vegan. Certified Organic by CCOF. Made with organic green beans, broccoli & lo mein noodles. High vitamin C. See nutrition information for sodium content. High vitamin A. Good source zinc. High vitamin C. Organic is non-GMO & more. Plant based. Super 5 foods. Pacific Grove. California. Full flavor. Get nourished with Super 5 Foods today. Broccoli. Mushrooms. Green beans. Red bell peppers. Carrots. Perfect for: Lunch, snack or dinner. We believe meals are meant to nourish & strengthen as well as comfort & delight. Veggie Lo Mein is crafted with 5 inherently vegan, nutrient-rich ingredients we call Super 5 Foods to nourish with each savory bite! Ready in minutes! Originating in China more than 2,000 years ago, lo mein has over time become one of the world's most popular Asian dishes. Featuring a unique process of mixing water and wheat to make noodles, this culinary mainstay's name derives from the Cantonese lou mihn, meaning stirred noodles. Today, lo mein can be found around the globe in a variety of types. Our veggie lo mein bowl balances these iconic noodles with green beans, broccoli, peppers, mushrooms, our delectable umami seitan and a savory sesame drizzle for a plant-based play on this Chinese favorite. Namaste to the veggie. Lo Mein High cuisine. Real food. www.sweetearthfoods.com. how2recycle.info. (at)sweetearthfoods (at)sweetearthfoods. Check out other globally-inspired foods from Sweet Earth! The Peruvian burrito, Kyito Stir Fry. Super 5 Foods™ We believe meals are meant to nourish & strengthen as well as comfort & delight. Veggie Lo Mein is crafted with 5 inherently vegan, nutrient-rich ingredients we call Super 5 Foods to nourish with each savory bite!; Namaste to the Veggie Originating in China more than 2,000 years ago, lo mein has over time become one of the world's most popular Asian dishes. Featuring a unique process of mixing water and wheat to make noodles, this culinary mainstay's name derives from the Cantonese "lōu mihn," meaning "stirred noodles." Today, lo mein can be found around the globe in a variety of types. Our Veggie Lo Mein Bowl balances these iconic noodles with green beans, broccoli, peppers, mushrooms, our delectable Umami Seitan and a savory sesame drizzle for a plant-based play on this Chinese favorite.

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