Is it Low FODMAP? Banquet Chicken Pot Pie

Is it Low FODMAP? Banquet Chicken Pot Pie

This product hasthat is high FODMAP andthat may be high FODMAP.


Filling: water, cooked chicken roll (chicken, water, salt, sodium tripolyphosphate), carrots, mechanically separated chicken (mechanically separated chicken, sodium tripolyphosphate, natural flavoring, citric acid), potatoes (potatoes, calcium chloride), modified corn starch, peas, less than 2% of: seasoning blend (salt, onion powder, sodium stearoyl-lactylate, sugar, dextrose, natural flavor [soy lecithin], paprika, oleoresin turmeric, lactic acid), rendered chicken fat, wheat flour, chicken stock, soybean oil, salt, hydrolyzed soy protein, flavors, autolyzed yeast extract, chicken fat, cooked chicken powder, whey protein concentrate, beta carotene (color). Crust: wheat flour, lard (deodorized lard, hydrogenated lard, bht [preservative]), water, dextrose, salt, caramel color.


Contains: milk, soy, wheat.

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