NO WHITE SUGAR

Instead of white sugar, Biobella biscuits are sweetened with fructose which, compared to glucose and sucrose, causes a slower rise of blood glucose, which in turn makes us feel satiated for longer, improves blood glucose control and reduces insulin production. It supports liver regeneration and causes less tooth decay than any other sugar.

ENERGY

Biobella provides a great amount of high quality energy which can even last for several hours.

NO TRANS FATS

Biobella contains good fats with no trans fats, which lower the glycemic index, i.e. improve blood glucose levels.

For years, Biobella biscuits have been a synonym for a healthy snack or a fresh, crunchy and healthy meal with an amazing taste. They are sweetened with fructose and represent a natural source of fiber. These biscuits were first baked in an oven in Vojvodina back in 2000 with the aim of offering people a tasty and high quality whole grain biscuit that is unique in terms of nutritional values and health parameters.

MADE OF WHOLE GRAINS

Biobella is made of whole wheat flour, which makes it an excellent source of dietary fiber, improving digestion, regulating blood glucose levels and keeping us satiated for a long time.

SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN

Biobella biscuits taste like home biscuits and their texture is reminiscent of the sweets our grandmother’s made. They make for a healthy and tasty meal for us and our children.

PACKAGING

The number of Biobella biscuits contained in one package is perfectly suitable as a snack and, to the satisfaction and benefit of our children, the packaging is in-line with the highest hygiene standards.

For years, Biobella biscuits have been a synonym for a healthy snack or a fresh, crunchy and healthy meal with an amazing taste. They are sweetened with fructose and represent a natural source of fiber. These biscuits were first baked in an oven in Vojvodina back in 2000 with the aim of offering people a tasty and high quality whole grain biscuit that is unique in terms of nutritional values and health parameters.

NO WHITE SUGAR

Instead of white sugar, Biobella biscuits are sweetened with fructose which, compared to glucose and sucrose, causes a slower rise of blood glucose, which in turn makes us feel satiated for longer, improves blood glucose control and reduces insulin production. It supports liver regeneration and causes less tooth decay than any other sugar.

ENERGY

Biobella provides a great amount of high quality energy which can even last for several hours.

NO TRANS FATS

Biobella contains good fats with no trans fats, which lower the glycemic index, i.e. improve blood glucose levels.

MADE OF WHOLE GRAINS

Biobella is made of whole wheat flour, which makes it an excellent source of dietary fiber, improving digestion, regulating blood glucose levels and keeping us satiated for a long time.

SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN

Biobella biscuits taste like home biscuits and their texture is reminiscent of the sweets our grandmother’s made. They make for a healthy and tasty meal for us and our children.

PACKAGING

The number of Biobella biscuits contained in one package is perfectly suitable as a snack and, to the satisfaction and benefit of our children, the packaging is in-line with the highest hygiene standards.

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Apricot and Cherry
Ingredients

Nutritional values per: 100g
Energy 1821kJ/437kcal
Fats 27.6g
of which saturated fatty acids 13.76g
trans fatty acids 0g
Carbohydrates 40.2g
of which sugars 25.7g
sucrose 0g
Fiber 5.6g
Protein 4.2g
Salt 0.5g

Apricot

Biobella biscuit meal from whole wheat flour, with apricots.

Apricots derive from Asia and are praised both as food and as medicine. The ancient Romans believed that this fruit originated from Armenia. The apricot plant is considered to be a very nutritious plant with healing properties due to its composition. It contains vitamins – primarily vitamin C, B complex vitamins and beta-carotene.

Apricot is the staple food of the people of Hunza

People of Hunza are living in the mountains of northern Pakistan. What makes the people of Hunza special is the fact that their average life expectancy is approaching the magical 100 years. It is believed that many of them live to be 120 years old. Their diet is made up of raw fruits and vegetables, and, interestingly enough, they eat a lot of dried apricots. Their consumption of apricots in large quantities just might be what protects them from cancer. Apricots are high in vitamin B-17 that has anti-carcinogenic properties.

Apricot

Biobella biscuit meal from whole wheat flour, with apricots.

Apricots derive from Asia and are praised both as food and as medicine. The ancient Romans believed that this fruit originated from Armenia. The apricot plant is considered to be a very nutritious plant with healing properties due to its composition. It contains vitamins – primarily vitamin C, B complex vitamins and beta-carotene.

Apricot is the staple food of the people of Hunza

People of Hunza are living in the mountains of northern Pakistan. What makes the people of Hunza special is the fact that their average life expectancy is approaching the magical 100 years. It is believed that many of them live to be 120 years old. Their diet is made up of raw fruits and vegetables, and, interestingly enough, they eat a lot of dried apricots. Their consumption of apricots in large quantities just might be what protects them from cancer. Apricots are high in vitamin B-17 that has anti-carcinogenic properties.

Ingredients

Nutritional values per: 100g
Energy 1821kJ/437kcal
Fats 27.6g
of which saturated fatty acids 13.76g
trans fatty acids 0g
Carbohydrates 40.2g
of which sugars 25.7g
sucrose 0g
Fiber 5.6g
Protein 4.2g
Salt 0.5g

Cherry

Biobella biscuit meal made of whole wheat flour, with cherries.

Cherries originated from northern India and Iran. Persians and Romans enjoyed this fruit in ancient times. They introduced the cherry tree to the world, which is why we are able to enjoy it today. Cherries are rich in phenolic compounds – powerful antioxidants that protect the nervous system and prevent oxidative stress.

A tale about cherries

According to Buddhist legend, the cherry tree offered its fruit to Maya, Buddha’s mother, to keep her healthy and satiated during her pregnancy.

Ingredients

Nutritional values per: 100g
Energy 1917kJ/461kcal
Fats 31.1g
of which saturated fatty acids 15.4g
trans fatty acids 0g
Carbohydrates 37.6g
of which sugars 23.7g
sucrose 0g
Fiber 4.8g
Protein 5.2g
Salt 0.5g

Cherry

Biobella biscuit meal made of whole wheat flour, with cherries.

Cherries originated from northern India and Iran. Persians and Romans enjoyed this fruit in ancient times. They introduced the cherry tree to the world, which is why we are able to enjoy it today. Cherries are rich in phenolic compounds – powerful antioxidants that protect the nervous system and prevent oxidative stress.

A tale about cherries

According to Buddhist legend, the cherry tree offered its fruit to Maya, Buddha’s mother, to keep her healthy and satiated during her pregnancy.

Ingredients

Nutritional values per: 100g
Energy 1917kJ/461kcal
Fats 31.1g
of which saturated fatty acids 15.4g
trans fatty acids 0g
Carbohydrates 37.6g
of which sugars 23.7g
sucrose 0g
Fiber 4.8g
Protein 5.2g
Salt 0.5g

Ingredients

Nutritional values per: 100g
Energy 2001kJ/478kcal
Fats 22.2g
of which saturated fatty acids 12.1g
trans fatty acids 0g
Carbohydrates 58.8g
of which sugars 26.9g
sucrose 0g
Fiber 6.4g
Protein 7.6g
Salt 0.1g

Carob

Biobella biscuit meal from whole wheat flour, with carob.

Carob is a Mediterranean plant. It is grown in western parts of Asia, northern Africa and the Canary Islands. Carob has a high protein and complex carbohydrate content, with very little fat. It is an excellent source of calcium.

A tale about carob

Legend has it that carob was the bread of St. John the Baptist, who supposedly ate its pods while he was in the desert.

Carob

Biobella biscuit meal from whole wheat flour, with carob.

Carob is a Mediterranean plant. It is grown in western parts of Asia, northern Africa and the Canary Islands. Carob has a high protein and complex carbohydrate content, with very little fat. It is an excellent source of calcium.

A tale about carob

Legend has it that carob was the bread of St. John the Baptist, who supposedly ate its pods while he was in the desert.

Ingredients

Nutritional values per: 100g
Energy 2001kJ/478kcal
Fats 22.2g
of which saturated fatty acids 12.1g
trans fatty acids 0g
Carbohydrates 58.8g
of which sugars 26.9g
sucrose 0g
Fiber 6.4g
Protein 7.6g
Salt 0.1g

Orange&Ginger

Biobella biscuit meal from whole wheat flour, with orange and ginger.

Ginger originates from India and China, and its name comes from a Sanskrit word which means “with a body like a horn”. Ginger has occupied a very important place in ancient Chinese medicine for centuries, and it is even mentioned by Confucius in his writings. Orange, as a fruit or juice, is usually used as food or medicine, and in winter, for cold and flu prevention. When combined with ginger, it is of benefit to the human body.

Did you know that ginger slows down the skin aging process?

Thanks to ginger, the women in India have no wrinkles. Ginger has powerful positive effects due to its antibacterial properties and the ingredient gingerol keeps the skin elastic.

Ingredients

Nutritional values per: 100g
Energy 2237kJ/536kcal
Fats 28.5g
of which saturated fatty acids 14.1g
trans fatty acids 0g
Carbohydrates 59.1g
of which sugars 29.0g
sucrose 0g
Fiber 8.4g
Protein 6.5g
Salt 0.1g

Orange&Ginger

Biobella biscuit meal from whole wheat flour, with orange and ginger.

Ginger originates from India and China, and its name comes from a Sanskrit word which means “with a body like a horn”. Ginger has occupied a very important place in ancient Chinese medicine for centuries, and it is even mentioned by Confucius in his writings. Orange, as a fruit or juice, is usually used as food or medicine, and in winter, for cold and flu prevention. When combined with ginger, it is of benefit to the human body.

Did you know that ginger slows down the skin aging process?

Thanks to ginger, the women in India have no wrinkles. Ginger has powerful positive effects due to its antibacterial properties and the ingredient gingerol keeps the skin elastic.

Ingredients

Nutritional values per: 100g
Energy 2237kJ/536kcal
Fats 28.5g
of which saturated fatty acids 14.1g
trans fatty acids 0g
Carbohydrates 59.1g
of which sugars 29.0g
sucrose 0g
Fiber 8.4g
Protein 6.5g
Salt 0.1g

Ingredients

Nutritional values per: 100g
Energy 1987kJ/456kcal
Fats 24.3g
of which saturated fatty acids 12.1g
trans fatty acids 0g
Carbohydrates 58.3g
of which sugars 19.3g
sucrose 0g
Fiber 8.5g
Protein 6.2g
Salt 0.1g

Coconut

Biobella biscuit meal from whole wheat flour, with coconut.

Coconut is a multi-purpose plant – it is used as a food, drink, medicine, cosmetic preparation, for making clothes, as building material and as a raw material for numerous modern industry products. It is easy to digest and is rich in nutrients and minerals.

A legend about coconut

Once upon a time in Polynesia, there was a tribe, which had its own chief. The chief’s daughter, the pretty and young Hina, was in love with a poor young man called Aal. However, their love was doomed and poor Aal tragically ended his life. Hina’s tears soaked his grave. In time, a very tall and unusual tree grew from the grave and this tree was believed to be a symbol of the strength and power of their love. That tree was taller and more beautiful than all other trees. It was a coconut palm tree whose fruit – the coconut, reflected Aal’s image. Thus, his beloved Hina was able to see him again. When you turn a coconut around, you will notice three small holes, and if you look closely, it really resembles a face.

Coconut

Biobella biscuit meal from whole wheat flour, with coconut.

Coconut is a multi-purpose plant – it is used as a food, drink, medicine, cosmetic preparation, for making clothes, as building material and as a raw material for numerous modern industry products. It is easy to digest and is rich in nutrients and minerals.

A legend about coconut

Once upon a time in Polynesia, there was a tribe, which had its own chief. The chief’s daughter, the pretty and young Hina, was in love with a poor young man called Aal. However, their love was doomed and poor Aal tragically ended his life. Hina’s tears soaked his grave. In time, a very tall and unusual tree grew from the grave and this tree was believed to be a symbol of the strength and power of their love. That tree was taller and more beautiful than all other trees. It was a coconut palm tree whose fruit – the coconut, reflected Aal’s image. Thus, his beloved Hina was able to see him again. When you turn a coconut around, you will notice three small holes, and if you look closely, it really resembles a face.

Ingredients

Nutritional values per: 100g
Energy 1987kJ/456kcal
Fats 24.3g
of which saturated fatty acids 12.1g
trans fatty acids 0g
Carbohydrates 58.3g
of which sugars 19.3g
sucrose 0g
Fiber 8.5g
Protein 6.2g
Salt 0.1g

Lemon&Turmeric

Biobella biscuit meal made of whole wheat flour, with lemon and turmeric.

Lemon is a medicine in traditional Indian medicine, and when combined with turmeric, it is of benefit to the human body. Turmeric is a strong antioxidant and a natural painkiller. The active ingredient is turmeric which, as an antioxidant, blocks free radicals.

Turmeric improves memory within one hour.

A new study conducted by Australian scientists revealed that turmeric has a great effect on memory and that it can boost it in just one hour.
The study included 60 healthy middle-aged participants. They were required to fill in a questionnaire about their lifestyle. The participants took turmeric-based supplements and researchers tested their memory before and after taking turmeric.

Ingredients

Nutritional values per: 100g
Energy 1836kJ/439kcal
Fats 21.6g
of which saturated fatty acids 10.7g
trans fatty acids 0g
Carbohydrates 51.7g
of which sugars 16.9g
sucrose 0g
Fiber 6.6g
Protein 6.0g
Salt 0.1g

Lemon&Turmeric

Biobella biscuit meal made of whole wheat flour, with lemon and turmeric.

Lemon is a medicine in traditional Indian medicine, and when combined with turmeric, it is of benefit to the human body. Turmeric is a strong antioxidant and a natural painkiller. The active ingredient is turmeric which, as an antioxidant, blocks free radicals.

Turmeric improves memory within one hour.

A new study conducted by Australian scientists revealed that turmeric has a great effect on memory and that it can boost it in just one hour.
The study included 60 healthy middle-aged participants. They were required to fill in a questionnaire about their lifestyle. The participants took turmeric-based supplements and researchers tested their memory before and after taking turmeric.

Sastojci

Nutritivne vrednosti na:/per: 100 g
Energetska vrednost 1836 kJ/439 kcal
Masti 21.6 g
od toga zasićene masne kiseline 10.7 g
trans masne kiseline 0 g
Ugljeni hidrati 51.7 g
od toga šećeri 16.9 g
saharoza 0 g
Vlakna 6.6 g
Proteini 6.0 g
So 0.1 g

Ingredients

Nutritional values per: 100g
Energy 1995kJ/490kcal
Fats 23.6g
of which saturated fatty acids 11.8g
trans fatty acids 0g
Carbohydrates 60.0g
of which sugars 23.2g
sucrose 0g
Fiber 6.6g
Protein 6.0g
Salt 0.1g

Cinnamon

Biobella biscuit meal from whole wheat flour, with cinnamon.

Cinnamon is one of the oldest spices known to humans. Due to its healing effects, it was used in many medical traditions around the world, especially in Ayurveda. Cinnamon is a spice obtained from cinnamomum, a small bushy evergreen tree from the laurel family. Its bark and leaves are aromatic, whereas its flowers have an unpleasant odor.

Did you know that cinnamon can reduce blood glucose levels and that the spice we eat comes from the bark of cinnamon, and not the fruit?

A daily intake of only half a teaspoon of cinnamon can significantly reduce blood glucose levels in diabetics, because of its catechin and epicatechin components activating insulin and acting together with it, as claimed by US researchers from Harvard University.

Cinnamon

Biobella biscuit meal from whole wheat flour, with cinnamon.

Cinnamon is one of the oldest spices known to humans. Due to its healing effects, it was used in many medical traditions around the world, especially in Ayurveda. Cinnamon is a spice obtained from cinnamomum, a small bushy evergreen tree from the laurel family. Its bark and leaves are aromatic, whereas its flowers have an unpleasant odor.

Did you know that cinnamon can reduce blood glucose levels and that the spice we eat comes from the bark of cinnamon, and not the fruit?

A daily intake of only half a teaspoon of cinnamon can significantly reduce blood glucose levels in diabetics, because of its catechin and epicatechin components activating insulin and acting together with it, as claimed by US researchers from Harvard University.

Ingredients

Nutritional values per: 100g
Energy 1995kJ/490kcal
Fats 23.6g
of which saturated fatty acids 11.8g
trans fatty acids 0g
Carbohydrates 60.0g
of which sugars 23.2g
sucrose 0g
Fiber 6.6g
Protein 6.0g
Salt 0.1g

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