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Knorr Naturally Tasty Spaghetti Bolognaise Recipe Mix
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Knorr Naturally Tasty Spaghetti Bolognaise Recipe Mix

Knorr Naturally Tasty Spaghetti Bolognese recipe mix blends quality, natural ingredients, such as sun-ripened, sustainable tomatoes and herbssuch as oregano, rosemary and thyme, naturally dried so there's no need for artificial preservatives.
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With its rich colour and vibrant flavours, KNORR Naturally Tasty Spaghetti Bolognese is made from sustainably grown tomatoes plus garlic, herbs and spices, all naturally dried so there's no need for artificial preservatives.

Ingredients

Tomato puree powder…(32%), onions… (14%), sugar, sea salt, tomato pieces…(9.3%), carrots, potato starch, garlic powder (3.5%), extra virgin olive oil, paprika, herbs (oregano, rosemary, thyme), black pepper. …Sustainably Grown.

Allergens

May contain gluten, cow's milk, egg, celery and mustard.

Nutrition

                                Serving Size 100 G
                            
                                Servings Per Container 
                            
                                 
                            
Per 100g Amount Per Portion
Calories 310kcal 33kcal
Fat 0.5g 4.1g
Total Fat 4.1g 0.5g
Saturated Fat 0.7g 0.1g
Total Carbohydrate 66g 6g
Sugars 37.6g 4.0g
Protein 8.3g 0.9g

How to use

For this recipe you will need: 500g extra lean minced beef, 1 chopped onion, 100g sliced mushrooms (optional), 400g can chopped tomatoes, 275g cooked spaghetti. Cooking instructions: 1. In a pan, fry the mince with the onion until browned. Add the mushrooms (if using) and fry for 1-2 minutes. 2. Stir in the contents of the sachet along with the tomatoes. Bring to the boil, stirring constantly. 3. Reduce heat, cover and simmer for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally. 4. Serve with the spaghetti and a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese.

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Background

The world’s population will increase to reach more than 9 billion by 2050 which means that a 50% increase of food production is needed by 2030. Currently almost 1 billion people are chronically undernourished. What’s more, demand from the energy market (including biofuels) has the potential to change the fundamentals of agricultural market systems.

 

Context

Unsustainable farming practices, water scarcity and changing weather patterns all have a serious impact on food security, the environment and farming communities. As such, pressure is increasing from governments and campaigning organisations for greater transparency on where food comes from and how it is grown.

 

Unilever’s position

Our supply chain network includes farmers and plantation owners as well as processors, refiners and traders of raw materials. We will work closely with all of them to transform farming practices and encourage a wider move towards sustainable sourcing.

We will focus first on our top ten agricultural raw material groups, which account for around two thirds of our volume. These are palm oil, paper and board, soy, sugar, tea, fruit and vegetables, sunflower oil, rapeseed oil, dairy ingredients and cocoa.

We want to achieve sustainable sourcing without adding a cost burden for our customers and consumers. We are setting industry-leading standards for ourselves and our suppliers.

In 2015 we sourced 60% of our agricultural raw materials sustainably, having made significant progress towards our target of 100% by 2020. We have already achieved the interim milestone of 50% for 2015 which we have set ourselves in 2010 when we launched the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan.

By 2020 we will engage with at least 500,000 smallholder farmers and 75,000 small-scale distributors in our supply network in order to improve their practices and livelihoods.

We have been working on our Sustainable Agriculture Programme for 15 years, and we continue to embed these sustainability principles throughout our supply chains.

We will continue to work together with public authorities, our private sector partners and nongovernmental organisations to achieve our wider objectives.

We are also developing plans to source our non-agricultural (mainly chemical) raw materials in a more responsible way taking into account the environmental and social impact.

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We have decided to include "may contain cow’s milk" statement on all of our packages made in this facility since both dairy and non-dairy containing products are handled there. We suggest you view your package for the ingredient and allergen statements.

We recommend consumers read the label each time before buying our product. If gluten is present, it is clearly listed in plain language on the ingredient label (i.e., wheat flour, rye, barley and oats). We have decided to include "may contain wheat gluten" statement on all of our packages made in this facility since both wheat gluten and non-wheat gluten containing products are handled there. Since product formulations change from time to time, we do not publish a list of gluten-free flavours.

Store your Knorr products in a cool, dry place. We recommend that you use your product by the Best Before End date.