Amy’s Vegetarian Organic Refried Beans, Light in Sodium Traditional, 15.4 Ounce (Pack of 12)

Contains 190mg of sodium compared to 440 mg in Amy’s regular Traditional Refried Beans. Amy’s Kitchen is a family business. We purchase high quality pastas, grains, beans and hormone free dairy from cows that are pasture raised. In addition to their delicious taste, none of our products contain any GMO ingredients, so you can be

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Contains 190mg of sodium compared to 440 mg in Amy’s regular Traditional Refried Beans. Amy’s Kitchen is a family business. We purchase high quality pastas, grains, beans and hormone free dairy from cows that are pasture raised. In addition to their delicious taste, none of our products contain any GMO ingredients, so you can be sure the food you are eating is safe as well as nutritious.

Product Features

  • Organic pinto beans prepared the tradional way
  • 50% less sodium than regular refried beans
  • Good source of protein and fiber
  • USDA certified organic
  • No trans fat

Comments

S. Perez says:

Amazon Needs To Improve Their Packing Protocols The reason for only awarding four stars to this product is not because of the quality of the product. Amy’s products are always excellent products, and I have purchased Amy’s for many years. However, the packing is a major problem. These six cans were wrapped only in a plastic overwrap and packed in a huge box (with much space remaining) together with a couple of heavy boxes which shifted position and dented these cans causing the pop-up top on one can to break, therefore beans were spread…

iiiireader says:

Fantastic baked beans with a full ingredient listing – perfect for me I have a number of food allergies and it has been almost impossible to find a canned baked bean product that I can eat. Either the label expressly mentions something that I am allergic to to the ingredients are too nebulous for me to determine exactly what is in the can. I can (and do) make my own but sometimes it is really nice to be able to just grab something out of the pantry to help round out a meal. 

NYSweetMom says:

Delicious as snack or a protein alternative at mealtime These make a handy and tasty dip for chips. We warm them up and eat them as a quick dinner with salad or for a snack. they are mild enough for kids or people who are sensitive to spicy foods. I like that they provide just enough protein to fill you up and make you satisfied. Great with tortilla chips or pita chips, chopped iceberg lettuce and tomato for a little taco salad night. Fill up a warmed up tortilla with this and some shredded cheddar for a nice little quick roll up for kids. Sour…

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