Primary Components: Turkey, bread & celery dressing, chicken gravy, soybean oil.
COMPANY INFORMATION:Bob Evans Farms Inc.
3776 South High Street
Columbus, Ohio 43207
United States of America
The nutritional information posted on the Bob Evans Web site is provided to serve as a guideline for personal use. The actual values may vary due to portion size, preparation of product and substitution of ingredients. The primary components listed are not complete ingredient statements. If you have any questions about Bob Evans or their nutritional information or are sensitive to specific ingredients in foods, please contact Bob Evans at (800)939-2338. Updated information will appear periodically on BobEvans.com.
SOURCE: Company Web Site
UPDATED ON: 3/10/2004
NOTE: Information may be out-dated
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