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Fibersure® Supplement Facts

Fiber Supplement

100% natural vegetable fiber


see also: Chicken Soup (Red Rock Chili Co.)

Supplement Facts

Calories and Supplement Facts Label for Fibersure Fiber Supplement - Fat, Carbohydrate, Protein, Fiber Points, Vitamins and Minerals


UPC BAR CODE: 537000631823

INGREDIENTS:

Inulin (100% natural vegetable fiber).


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Fibersure is made from inulin, which is a 100-percent-natural vegetable fiber that's extracted from chicory root using water. The inulin in Fibersure is grown in Belgium and packaged in the U.S.

From the makers of Metamucil®

Clear-mixing, flavor-free, non-thickening fiber that is 100% natural.

Fibersure mixes, cooks & bakes into almost all foods and beverages without changing the taste or texture!

COMPANY INFORMATION:
Proctor & Gamble
P.O. Box 5560
Cincinnati, Ohio USA 45202
1-800-568-4035

SOURCE: Free sample trial pack
UPDATED ON: 8/19/2006

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