Suma Wholefoods - Organic Mixed Beans, 400g

Suma Wholefoods - Organic Mixed Beans, 400g

Brand - Suma Wholefoods
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Quick Description

Make cooking easy with these Organic Mixed beans from Suma Wholefoods! These beans are healthy, delicious and ready to use hot or cold.

Key Information

  • Chickpeas, Borlotti beans, Red kidney beans and Cannellini beans
  • Good source of protein and fibre
  • Ideal for salads, soups and chilis
  • Enjoy hot or cold
  • Organic

Product Overview

What’s better than enjoying delicious organic chickpeas, borlotti beans, red kidney beans or cannellini beans? Enjoying them all together!

Suma Wholefoods delivers the ultimate Organic Bean Mix. Made with four delicious and healthy beans and completely free from preservatives, added sugars, salts or other additives.

This bean mix is as simple and clean as it can be. Not only are they a great source of protein and fibre, but beans are also quite the superfood. They provide iron, potassium, magnesium and little to no fats, sugars and sodium! They may even help reduce bad cholesterol.

Cooking is made easy with these Organic Mixed Beans. They’re ready to eat and can be enjoyed hot or cold. Add a can or a two into your favourite soups, salads, curries or chilis and feed your body with some protein-packed goodness.


Organic Chickpeas (22,5 %), Borlotti Beans (22,5%), Organic Red Kidney Beans (7,5%), Organic Cannellini Beans* (7,5%), Water.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I eat Suma Wholefoods’ Organic Mixed Beans beans every day?

You most certainly can! Beans are super versatile and healthy, so consuming them often is a smart move for your diet and overall health. Beans are also cheap and easy to store for long periods of time, making them a great staple in everyone's diet.

Worried that beans will cause flatulence? This will more likely happen if your stomach is not used to consuming beans. But your body quickly adapts. Simply add them into your diet slowly, as the fibre in the beans can cause bloating and gas in the digestive system.