Shape and size: Flat, oval 
Colour: Beige, chestnut brown 
Flavour: Sweet, cereal 
Calories*: 315 kcal 
Protein*: 11 g 
Carbohydrates*: 64.4 g 
Fat*: 2.3 g 
Fibre*: 10.3 g 


  • Natural
  • Malted 

Sources: France, EU 
Packaging: Paper bags containing 5 kg, 10 kg and 25 kg  

* on average per 100 grams


Wheat flakes

Wheat flakes

In addition to being a source of essential nutrients, wheat flakes are a versatile ingredient.

Wheat flakes have a whole host of culinary uses. One of their commonest uses is to prepare porridge or muesli for a healthy, energising breakfast option. They can also be incorporated into bread, muffin, cereal bar, pancake or flat bread recipes, adding tasty texture and nutritional goodness.

Technical functionalities
of wheat flakes

Due to their capacity to absorb liquids, wheat flakes can be used as a thickener in soups, sauces and smoothies.

They can also be sprinkled onto yoghurts or salads, or used as a garnish to add a touch of crunch.

Nutritional aspects
of wheat flakes

On a nutritional level, wheat flakes are an excellent source of complex carbohydrates, fibre, protein and B vitamins, as well as minerals such as iron and magnesium.

Their fibre content contributes to digestive health and helps maintain a prolonged sensation of satiety.

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