Eden Foods - Organic Green Lentils with Onion & Bay Leaf, 15ozBrand - Eden Foods
Fuel up on these flavorsome Organic Lentils from Eden Foods. Protein-packed Green Lentils cooked in a Tomato puree with Garlic, Onion, Bay leaf, and Shoyu.
- Ready to eat
- High in protein, fiber, complex carbohydrates, and healthy fats
- Rich in vitamins, iron, & zinc
- Organic ingredients
- Additive and Preservative-free
- Cooked with purified water
- BPA, BPS, and phthalate-free cans
Fuel up on this flavorsome combination of Organic ingredients from Eden Foods!
These ready-to-eat Organic lentils have been slowly pressure-cooked in purified water. They’re perfectly seasoned with tomato puree, bay leaves, onion, garlic, Japanese shoyu, and sea salt, using natural ingredients and with no chemical additives or preservatives.
Save time, with no need to soak or cook! These lentils make a warming stand-alone meal, the perfect addition to casseroles, stews, and soups, or can simply be served as a side dish. Just heat and serve or add water for lentil soup.
Green lentils are enjoyed for their slightly firmer texture and somewhat sweet and nutty flavor.
They’re packed with plant-based protein, fiber, complex carbohydrates, healthy fats, vitamins, iron, potassium, calcium, magnesium & zinc.
Versatile and nourishing, these are an essential and hearty staple for any pantry or kitchen cupboard.
Organic Lentils, Water, Organic Tomato Puree, Organic Shoyu (Water, Whole Organic Soybeans, Whole Organic Wheat, Sea Salt), Organic Onion, Organic Garlic, Organic Bay Leaf
Allergens: Soy, Wheat
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is the Eden Foods Organic family?
Eden Foods began in southern Michigan in the late 1960s, founded upon a philosophy of macrobiotics; focusing one's eating around whole grain and seasonal local plant-based foods that are non-toxic, chemically unadulterated, and nutrient-rich due to organic farming methods.
Eden partners with local farmers and pays them directly, preparing 75% of its items at its headquarters. Most are a short distance from Eden Foods' HQ, though they also source natural products from traditional Japanese artisans, Spanish extra virgin olive oil, high altitude white and red quinoa from the Andes mountains, tomatoes from Italy, and chamomile from Egypt.