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Iceland Potato Pockets Filled with Cheese 600g

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£1.50
£2.50 per 1 kg
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Ingredients

Potato (83%), Cream Cheese (Milk) (12%), Sunflower Seed Oil, Modified Corn Starch, Dried Potato (3%), Grated Cheddar Cheese (1%) (Cheddar Cheese (Milk), Potato Starch, Colours: Annatto, Carotenes), Salt, Rapeseed Oil, Milk Proteins, Dextrose, Leek Powder, Cream (Milk), Dried Onion, Onion Powder, Dried Garlic, White Pepper.

Allergy Advice

  • ALLERGY ADVICE: FOR ALLERGENS, SEE UNDERLINED INGREDIENTS IN BOLD. ALSO, MAY CONTAIN CELERY, EGGS, MUSTARD AND WHEAT.
  • Contains: MILK

Nutrition

Typical values Per 100g Ovenbaked
Energy 965 kJ / 231 kcal
Fat 12.5 g
(of which saturates 3.0 g)
Carbohydrate 25.4 g
(of which sugars 0.5 g)
Fibre 2.6 g
Protein 3.0 g
Salt 1.0 g

Product Information

Fan 200ºC
16
Minutes
Gas 7
16
Minutes

For conventional electric ovens adjust time and temperature to suit.

1. Pre-heat oven.

2. Remove required amount from packaging.

3. Place on a pre-heated baking tray near the top of the oven for time stated.

Deep Fry
7
Minutes

1. Pre-heat oil to 180°C.

2. Remove required amount from packaging.

3. Fry until golden brown.

4. Drain well and serve.

Iceland Potato Pockets Filled with Cheese 600g

Pockets of potato rosti with a soft cheese filling, pre-fried and frozen.

Dietary Information

SUITABLE FOR VEGETARIANS

Storage

Keep frozen

Manufacturers Address

Produced and Packed in Germany for Iceland Foods Ltd., U.K., CH5 2NW.

Return to

To contact us please call: 0800 328 0800

Recycling information

PLASTIC Not Currently Recycled

Package type

Bag

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Allergen European Legislation

New European Legislation, which comes into force in December 2014 will change the way allergen information appears on product packaging and therefore on our internet shopping site. The changes are designed to provide allergen information clearly by highlighting the allergens within the ingredients list. We have chosen to emphasise allergens by highlighting them in bold and underlined.

The new rules mean that listing the allergens in the ‘Contains allergen’ box near the ingredient list will no longer be permitted. Instead the new allergy box will refer you back to the list of ingredients, where allergens will be listed.

The ‘May contain’ warnings will continue to be listed in the allergy box. This tells you about small amounts of allergenic ingredients that can sometimes get into a product following cross contamination or through a production method, even though food producers take great care to try to prevent this from happening.

As we prepare for the changes, there will be a period of time where you will see the old and new ways to communicate allergens. It is important to always check the ingredients list for information about allergens.

Fourteen major allergens – as defined by law will be highlighted on the label. These are listed below. The voluntary ‘Contains gluten’ statements that we currently use are not permitted under the new rules, so please look for the cereals that contain gluten in the ingredient list.


  • Cereals containing gluten, e.g. Wheat, Rye, Barley, Oat, Spelt, Kamut
  • Crustaceans, e.g. prawns, crabs, lobster and crayfish
  • Eggs
  • Fish
  • Peanuts
  • Soybeans
  • Milk
  • Nuts, such as almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, pecan nuts, Brazil nuts, pistachio, cashew and macadamia (Queensland) nuts
  • Celery
  • Mustard
  • Sesame
  • Sulphur dioxide, which is a preservative found in some dried fruit
  • Lupin
  • Molluscs, for example clams, mussels, whelks, oysters, snails and squid