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YFF Guangxi Yufeng Grass Jelly Powder 500g

Regular price £5.50

Tax included.

Grass Jelly Powder.

Grass jelly is a jelly-like dessert made using Chinese mesona and has a mild, slightly bitter taste. It can clear summer-heat, relieve thirst and eliminate heat-toxin. It has been used to treat fever, abdominal pain, diarrhea, cough, mouth sores, high blood pressure, diabetes and liver disease.



Grass Jelly Powder, Starch Powder.


Typical Value Per 100g
Energy 1420kJ / 339kcal
Fat 0.0g
Of which Saturates 0.0g
Carbohydrate 81.9g
Of which Sugars 79.6g
Fibre 0g 
Protein 0.0g 
Salt 1550mg 


See ingredients in bold.


Grass Jelly Powder.  
Suitable for vegetarian.  


Ideal for jelly.


Add 300ml water to 100g of glass jelly powder, make them paste. Then pour 2.2 litres of boiling water into the paste while stirring them. You also can refrigerated it first, then stir them into pieces and it’s ready to be served or together with other beverage such as honey or syrup. Cold storage not below 3⁰C will has a better taste.


Store in cool dry place.
For Best Before End: See Packaging.





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New World Imports    
Unit 5 Union Street,   
Swinton, Manchester,   
M27 4HL, Uk.



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