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Soy Natto® Nutrition Facts

Snack Nuts

Crunchy Fermented Soy Snack

see also: Sour Cream, Fat Free (Kroger)

Nutrition Facts

Calories and Nutrition Facts Label for Soy Natto Snack Nuts - Fat, Carbohydrate, Protein, Fiber Points, Vitamins and Minerals


Soy beans, subtilis natto.



Soy Natto is a fermented soy beans food in dried form. Fermentation of soy beans produces more taste, more nutrition and more functions than soy itself and reduces undesirable properties. As fermented soy beans, Natto has recently received healthy attention because of its natural enzyme, Nattokinase. Nattokinase prevents and/or dissolves blood clots which contributes to arteriosclerosis, heart attacks, strokes and senile dementia. Soy Natto products support a healthy and nature conscious diet and life style.

Soy Natto Food Company
Fax: 559-739-1972
Email: info@soynatto.com
Website: SoyNatto.com

SOURCE: Company Web Site
UPDATED ON: 5/23/2006

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