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Tinned peaches as HEX B?

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IfeelFloopy Thu 16-Mar-17 18:47:00

I'm hoping someone here might be able to clarify this for me. I have just joined sw online and printed off some of the info.

On the healthy extras page there is a dried, canned and cooked food section. It makes it look like you can have a certain amount of it as HEX B. Is this right? The way it is laid out on the page is a bit confusing. A quick google shows a lot of ppl online saying you have to syn it....but why would it be listed on this page if that's the case!?

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IfeelFloopy Thu 16-Mar-17 18:47:36

That should say, dried, canned and cooked FRUIT

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Blueemeraldagain Thu 16-Mar-17 18:50:39

I think it's canned apple, apricots, pears and prunes that can be HexB.

IfeelFloopy Thu 16-Mar-17 19:14:04

You are right, I've just realised the peaches is in the cooked fruit section oops!

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