Not only have our bakers put all their love for the product into our crispbread, it also contains lots of other valuable ingredients which contribute to a balanced and wholesome diet:

Fibres

Thanks to our delicious grains and seeds, our products are rich in natural fibres. Fibres are indigestible parts of our food and should be part of a balanced diet.

A sufficient intake of fibre can support digestion and contributes to normal bowel function.

One slice (25 g)
of our crispbread
5-Grain contains
2.8 g fibre.

Unsaturated
fatty acids

Unsaturated fatty acids lower the “bad” cholesterol (LDL) and raise the amount of “good” cholesterol (HDL). The most important monounsaturated fatty acid is oleic acid, which can be found, for example, in olive oil:

All our crispbread varieties and wholegrain snacks are made with extra virgin olive oil.

Omega-3 fatty acid is another important unsaturated fatty acid. Omega-3 fatty acids are essential fatty acids, i. e. our body cannot produce them itself and we have to ingest them with our food on a regular basis.

Unsaturated
fatty acids

All our crispbread varieties that contain chia seeds, e. g. our variety Organic Chia & Oats, are a source of omega-3 fatty acids.

Proteins

The vital amino acids required to build proteins should preferably be supplied to your body in natural form. It is much easier for your body to take in vegetable protein (e. g. from linseeds) than animal protein (e. g. from meat).

Due to their high linseed content, lots of our crispbread varieties are a source of protein.

One slice (25 g)
of our Classic-3-Seed
crispbread contains
4 g of protein
and thus covers

8 %

of the recommended daily amount for an adult*.

*recommended daily amount for an average adult: 8,400 kJ/2,000 kcal

You can find a detailed overview for each product on the corresponding product page
(e. g. here for our crispbread Cheese & Pumpkin Seed).