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Broccoli Florets

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Steamfresh® Pure & Simple - Broccoli Florets

Serving Size:1cup (85 grams)
Calories33.42
Calories From Fat2.79
Sodium25.28 mg
Total Fat0.31 g
Saturated Fat0 g
Total Carbs4.29 g
Dietary Fiber2.02 g
Sugars1.92 g
Trans0 g
Protein1.73 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Vitamin A7%
Calcium3%
Vitamin C4%
Iron0%
Ingredients: Broccoli

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs

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  • (10/17/12)
    Pamela
    my kids love it

  • (1/18/13)
    Tarra
    I love these! So quick and easy!!

  • (4/03/13)
    Sylvia
    I finally found Broccoli Florets Steamfresh Premium Selects, with difficulty, but still haven't found this product, "Lightly Sauced." (Except did find Lightly Sauced "with Cheese," and mine's without cheese. I'm on a Low~Salt Diet and need to know how much Sodium is in these. ~~ Sylvia lynn2727@comcast.net

  • (4/03/13)
    Sylvia
    I finally found Broccoli Florets Steamfresh Premium Selects, with difficulty, but still haven't found this product, "Lightly Sauced." (Except did find Lightly Sauced "with Cheese," and mine's without cheese. I'm on a Low~Salt Diet and need to know how much Sodium is in these. ~~ Sylvia lynn2727@comcast.net

  • (4/03/13)
    Sylvia
    I finally found Broccoli Florets Steamfresh Premium Selects, with difficulty, but still haven't found this product, "Lightly Sauced." (Except did find Lightly Sauced "with Cheese," and mine's without cheese. I'm on a Low~Salt Diet and need to know how much Sodium is in these. ~~ Sylvia lynn2727@comcast.net

  • (4/03/13)
    Sylvia
    I finally found Broccoli Florets Steamfresh Premium Selects, with difficulty, but still haven't found this product, "Lightly Sauced." (Except did find Lightly Sauced "with Cheese," and mine's without cheese. I'm on a Low~Salt Diet and need to know how much Sodium is in these. ~~ Sylvia lynn2727@comcast.net

  • (4/03/13)
    Sylvia
    I finally found Broccoli Florets Steamfresh Premium Selects, with difficulty, but still haven't found this product, "Lightly Sauced." (Except did find Lightly Sauced "with Cheese," and mine's without cheese. I'm on a Low~Salt Diet and need to know how much Sodium is in these. ~~ Sylvia lynn2727@comcast.net

  • (4/03/13)
    Sylvia
    I finally found Broccoli Florets Steamfresh Premium Selects, with difficulty, but still haven't found this product, "Lightly Sauced." (Except did find Lightly Sauced "with Cheese," and mine's without cheese. I'm on a Low~Salt Diet and need to know how much Sodium is in these. ~~ Sylvia lynn2727@comcast.net

  • (5/19/13)
    Heather
    I usually really enjoy these easy steamfresh products. Last night getting ready to put them in a bowl I found a long black hair in the bag! Sorry to say but I was just disgusted! I will be second guessing on buying this product again.

  • (12/18/13)
    Brooke
    I bought these broccoli florets and cooked in my microwave the recommended time. What I ended up with were too well done florets that actually had burned areas on them. I had to throw it out!

  • (8/09/14)
    Spiro
    For over 50 years, I knew when I purchased Birds Eye, or most Green Giant Frozen items, they would be of the highest quality. I recently had to stop purchasing both companies frozen Brocolli, and spinach, when I noticed, they were produced in Mexico, or Equidor. I did not expect such high caliber companies, to stoop so low, and to risk the Health of the consumers, by purchasing, and selling inferior, lysteria, staphylococus, laden products from these countries, where farming, watering, and growing regulations, allow them to grow and harvest their crops near open sewers, and even allow employees to relieve themselves in the fields on the crops. What is next? Frozen "foods" from China? Please buy, and sell to US only American made products. Keep the Mexican, and Equidorian products there, or sell them to the Chinese. Thank You.

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