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The black bean—not to be confused with the fermented black soybean used in East Asian cooking—is also known as the black Spanish bean, Mexican bean, Tampico bean, Venezuelan bean, or the black turtle bean. Concerning gastrointestinal health, the bean appears to be the perfect combination of substances that allow bacteria in the colon to produce butyric acid. The cells of the colon wall use butyric acid as fuel, allowing the lower digestive tract to function properly.

These black beans are grown here in Canada! Cullen’s Foods believes in total transparency – enter the lot code from the bulk bag to cullensfoods.com/#tracking to find out who grew it, when it was harvested, and where it was packed.


Cullen's Foods

About the Producer:

Cullen’s Foods sells five different types of pulses, organically grown across three Canadian provinces by over a dozen farmers on more than 500 acres. Every Cullen’s product – dried and canned – is traceable by lot code right back to the farmer who grew it at www.cullensfoods.com. Ben Cullen takes joy in connecting the pieces of this puzzle back to the farmers, producers, and friends who put value into Canadian organic production


Ingredients:

Organic Black Beans

Product Status:

Certified Organic

Organic Certifying Body:

Pro-Cert

Country of Origin:

Canada

Allergen Information:

This product may contain peanuts, tree nuts sesame and soy.
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Cullen's Foods

About the Producer:

Cullen’s Foods sells five different types of pulses, organically grown across three Canadian provinces by over a dozen farmers on more than 500 acres. Every Cullen’s product – dried and canned – is traceable by lot code right back to the farmer who grew it at www.cullensfoods.com. Ben Cullen takes joy in connecting the pieces of this puzzle back to the farmers, producers, and friends who put value into Canadian organic production