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Barilla Veggie Pasta, Spaghetti, 12 Ounce (Pack of 20) as low as $17 with Amazon Subscribe & Save

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Last Edited by wuzzy October 19, 2016 at 09:42 AM
This is pretty much the only way I can get my kids to eat any veggies, so it was nice to see it at the lowest price of all time. $20 without subscribe and save, $17 with 5 items.

Barilla Veggie Pasta, Spaghetti, 12 Ounce (Pack of 20)
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About the Product
- Thinner version of traditional spaghetti highlights delicate, nutty flavor
- Cooks in 6 minutes
- Made from pureed vegetables so that each serving has 20% of your daily vegetables
- Good source of thiamin, folic acid, iron, riboflavin and niacin
- Product of USA, Kosher certified
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#2
sorry, no.

the two largest ingredients by volume are semolina wheat, and durum wheat. by law, the manufacturer is not accountable for accuracy claims in vegetable portions.

i highly suggest anyone having gluten allergies, to stay away from this product.
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#3
you are better off with whole the whole wheat pasta
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Quote from keepitreal View Post :
you are better off with whole the whole wheat pasta
Aldi sells a proven brown rice pasta.
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#5
Thanks will go for it
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Gluten garb
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#7
the 20% is a BS claim, a serving sized is 2oz. no way with the first 2 ingredients being wheat does this get you to 20% of a magical number of vegetables you should eat.
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if you are looking at this as a healthier option to pasta i would recommend buying a spiralizer and making pasta out of zucchini and similar vegetables
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Quote from n00sh View Post :
if you are looking at this as a healthier option to pasta i would recommend buying a spiralizer and making pasta out of zucchini and similar vegetables
yes... actual veggie pasta
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#10
Great but who needs 20 boxes of pasta? Costco doesn't even bulk pack that many and for a whole 15%...sheesh
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For those in TX there is Barilla on sale for $1.08 at HEB plus a $0.50 coupon to make it $0.58/box. Not sure if the veggie is included but a pretty good deal nonetheless
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#12
Reviewmeta said reviews likely natural.and it give a 4.6 star/5 star.the Fakspot also rank A grade .but there only 3 reviews in their listing.It is hard to said.i will look around.Others should pay attention too
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Quote from Mohiomap View Post :
sorry, no.

the two largest ingredients by volume are semolina wheat, and durum wheat. by law, the manufacturer is not accountable for accuracy claims in vegetable portions.

i highly suggest anyone having gluten allergies, to stay away from this product.
Why would anyone think this is a gluten-free product? Vegetable infused pasta is nothing new.

Those with allergies should always check the box of every food item they plan on consuming.
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#14
gluten......really?

smh
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