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Flahavan's Irish Oaty Flapjacks Original 6x40g

  • vegetarian
  • irelands-ancient-east-dublin
description
Flahavan's Flapjacks are deliciously oaty snacks for all to enjoy. Their delicious flapjacks are baked to perfection following Mary Flahavan’s recipe. They bake these beside their mill in Kilmactho...

Flahavan's Flapjacks are deliciously oaty snacks for all to enjoy.

Their delicious flapjacks are baked to perfection following Mary Flahavan’s recipe. They bake these beside their mill in Kilmacthomas, where the Flahavan family have been milling oats for over 230 years. They source the finest quality Irish Oats from local growers resulting in a delicious crunchy oaty snack that can be enjoyed at any time of the day. Oats have long been recognised for their health benefits and all of our Flahavan’s Flapjacks provide you with a source of fibre.

Ingredients List

  • Desiccated Coconut
  • Oat Flour (5.5%)
  • Partially Inverted Sugar Syrup
  • Sugar
  • Vegetable Margarine (Palm Fat*, Rapeseed Oil, Water, Salt, Natural Flavour) *RSPO Certified Sustainable Palm Oil
  • Wholegrain Rolled Oats (43%)

This Product Contains

May also contain traces of Milk, Sesame Seeds and Nuts

Dietary Info

 
Nutritional Information Typical Values Per 100g
Energy 2009kj / 480kcal

Fat

of which saturates

27g

12g

Carbohydrate

of which sugars

55g

21g

Fibre 4.1g
Protein 5.8g
Salt 0.41g

Storage

Store in a cool dry place away from strong smelling products

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the story of the producer

Flahavan’s

We can’t get much more local! There has been an oats mill down the road at Kilmacthomas since the late 1700's.

Today, the Flahavan's are the sixth generation to run the business. Flahavan's porridge has a distinctive texture and taste because all of the oats used in the making of Flahavan's are grown locally, chosen from a select panel of growers.

The region around Kilmacthomas has its own micro-climate, nestling beneath the shelter of the Comeragh Mountains while also being relatively close to the sea. This means that the area does not get very cold winters, which gives a better quality oat grain.
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an Irish family business for over 50 years
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