Romano Peppers Waitrose 180g
4 days guaranteed (avg. 6)*
£10.50 per kg
An especially sweet tasting variety with a tender skin. Crisp and colourful sliced into salads, or delicious roasted whole and with savoury stuffings for a more intense flavour
By choosing these product you are improving the nutritional balance of your daily diet. A varied balanced diet together with frequent activity supports a healthy lifestyle. waitrose.com/lovelife for more information.
Wash before use
Preparation and Usage
Wash before use.
Best served at room temperature.
Country of Origin
Country of origin may vary depending upon seasonality
Country of Packing
Full Product Name:
Red Romano Peppers
Refrigerate after purchase.
|Typical Values||per 100g|
|of which sugars||6.1g|
|of which saturates||0.1g|
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