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New Lupin-Based Breakfast Cereal Packs A Nutritional Punch

July 3, 2012: 12:12 AM EST
Western Australia university researchers have teamed with a local food manufacturer to produce a lupin-based breakfast cereal that is low glycemic index, gluten free, high in dietary fiber and protein, and low in fat. Other breakfast cereals on the market contain small amounts – two to three percent – of lupins, though a minimum of 20 percent is necessary to provide health benefits. The new Super Lupin cereal contains 30 percent lupins. The product, manufactured by Lupin Nutrition Food, comes in five varieties: plain, blueberry, blueberry with fruit and nuts, tropical, and banana.
"Lupin Enriched Cereal Has "Huge Worldwide Potential"", Food Ingredients First, July 03, 2012, © Curtin University/ CNS Media BV
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