Tomka és Lányai bio gingerbread with apple flour (gluten free)

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Tomka és Lányai bio gingerbread with apple flour (gluten free)Tomka és Lányai bio gingerbread with apple flour (gluten free)

Gluten free gingerbread made of apple flour.

The apples are grown and the gingerbread is produced on a family farm in Somogy county, Hungary.

Made in: Hungary
Packaging: 100 g
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Ingredients: bio apple-flour*, bio cane sugar*, bio butter*, bio egg*, bio honey*, bio gingerbread spice mix*, baking soda (sodium bicarbonate).

 

*Certified organic farming.

Tomka Anna produces the apple flour with her two daughters in their family farm, from their own apple, by grinding, pressing, drying and fine-grinding. After a long experimentation they managed to find the ideal consistence for the dough, so no other flours should be added.

The product is available throughout the whole year.

About the family farm, where this juice is produced:

The gingerbread is produced by Anna Tomka and her two daughters. The family grows BIO certified fruits and vegetables in Szenna, Somogy country on a 6-hectar-farm. They get inspiration from their ancestors, and try to use every part of their produce. The pulp after juice-making is used to make apple flour.

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Ingredients: bio apple-flour*, bio cane sugar*, bio butter*, bio egg*, bio honey*, bio gingerbread spice mix*, baking soda (sodium bicarbonate).

Produced and distributed by: Anna Tomka

Address:7477, Szenna, Külterület 0158/5

Environmental information

Packaging:

Recyclable PE plastic foil. Please recycle after use!

Environmental advantages:

Natural, healthy, gluten free product, produced in an organic family farm in Hungary.