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Bovril Savoury Soup Stock 100% Vegeterian
Bovril Savoury Soup Stock 100%           Vegeterian
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Bovril Savoury Soup Stock 100%
(470 g)

100% Vegetarian
Savoury Soup Stock

A Unilever Brand
Product of U.K
Product Code: A10919

Yum Price: US$12.36
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Product Description

Bovril and Unilever are registered Trademarks of Unilever UK Foods.

Stir in your porridge to add richness and flavour or in your favourite meat and vegetable dishes. Including stir fry and soups. Try adding to hot water for a delicious savoury drink.

Store in a cool dark place.

Shelf Life:
18 months.

Yeast Extract (45%), Maltodextrin, Rice flour, Salt, Flavorings, Colour (E150c), Waxy Maize Starch, Lactic acid, Flavour Enhancer (Disodium 5-ribonucleotides), Niacin, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Folic Acid, Spice Extracts, Celery Extract, vitamin B12.

Nutritional Information:
Typical values - Per 100g
Energy - 721 KJ - 170 Kcal
 Protein - 21.7g
Carbohydrate - 20.5g
Of which sugars - 2.9g
Fat - 0.1g
Of which saturates - trace
Fibre - 0.1g
Sodium - 4.58g

Typical values - Per 12g serving
Energy - 87 KJ - 20 Kcal
 Protein - 2.6g
Carbohydrate - 2.5g
Of which sugars - 0.3g
Fat - trace
Of which saturates - nil
Fibre - trace
Sodium - 0.55g

Company Profile:

Bovril is the trademarked name of a thick, salty meat extract, developed in the 1870s by John Lawson Johnston and sold in a distinctive, bulbous jar. It is made in Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire and distributed by Unilever UK.

Bovril can be made into a drink by diluting with hot water. It can also be used as a flavoring for soups, stews or porridge, or spread on bread, especially toast, rather like Marmite.

The first part of the product's name comes from Latin bos (genitive bovis) meaning "ox" or "cow". Johnston took the -vril suffix from Bulwer-Lytton's then-popular 1870 "lost race" novel The Coming Race, whose plot revolves around a powerful energy fluid named "Vril".