Ener-G Rice Starch Loaf

gluten, wheat, casein, dairy, egg, soy, nut, low/no sodium

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Product Name Price Qty
17.28oz. Rice Starch Loaf (12 slices)
Case of 6 Rice Starch Loaves
Ingredients: Filtered Water, Rice Starch, Tapioca Starch, Organic Cane Sugar, Polydextrose, Bamboo Fiber, High Oleic Safflower Oil, Yeast, Orange Citrus Fiber, Modified Cellulose, Calcium Phosphate, Xanthan Gum, Enriched with Thiamine, Riboflavin, Niacin, Iron, Folic Acid and Vitamin D.

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  • Rice Starch Loaf


A gluten-free, low protein bread made with rice starch. The Rice Starch Loaf makes a great white bread alternative. It's high in fiber, slightly sweet, and it has about 5.9mg of "phe" per slice. Perfect warmed up or toasted, and makes great sandwiches. For first-timers and seasoned travelers, Ener-G offers this bread in convenient two slice packets.

Remember that Ener-G breads and buns can be softened by microwaving them for approximately 15 to 20 seconds, one slice at a time.

Buy this product by the Case and save up to 10% over purchasing them individually!

Our breads are kept fresh through a highly developed vacuum packaging process and guaranteed fresh by the Sell By/Best Before Dates.

SKU: 4040 Rice Starch Loaf (12 slices) 17oz.

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Additional Information

Phenylalanine 17.4mg per 100g
Leucine 28.8mg per 100g
Isoleucine 18.6mg per 100g
Valine 23.7mg per 100g
Arginine 21.9mg per 100g
Histidine 9.59mg per 100g
Lysine 28.1mg per 100g
Methionine 4.29mg per 100g
Threonine 20mg per 100g
Potassium N/A
Tyrosine N/A

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