Amy's Kitchen Organic Vegetarian Refried Black Beans
4.92 / 5 based on 13 Reviews
A Mild, Great-tasting Addition To Any Mexican Meal, Our Lightly Seasoned, Organic Black Beans Are Blended With Onion, Garlic, Spices, Cilantro And The Just-right Touch Of Chiles. Gluten Free/Dairy Free/Soy Free/Lactose Free/Corn Free/Tree Nut Free/Vegan/Kosher (Light In Sodium Also Available.)
Organic Black Beans, Filtered Water, Organic Onions, Organic Bell Peppers, Organic Tomato Purée, Organic High Oleic Safflower And/Or Sunflower Oil, Sea Salt, Organic Garlic, Organic Spices, Organic Green Chiles, Organic Cilantro.
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I unfortunately havent found these on any of my stores close by so I dont always use it. But when I go to the next town that has it i always buy it because it tastes good and i like that is healthier. It is a little pricier than other brands but is worth it.
As a mom of three, I am always looking for a more healthy option that tastes great. I love this because it is vegetarian and organic with my kids seal of approval!
Very delicious but more pricey than some other brands! It has a great flavor. I have used this when I'm making tacos. Would definitely buy this brand again.
Taste great and I love the value of the ingredients I wish they would have different packaging because it has a slight aluminum taste.
There aren't really that many choices when it comes to canned refried beans, but these are really tasty - and healthy!
If I don't feel like making my own refried beans then this guy saves my life. Its amys kitchen so vegetarian safe.
A typical healthy brand, these are good for you and actually taste good! I use in mexican food, and add hot sauce!
Basically anything amys tastes good and is great for your health because of the heart healthy ingredients
I love anything Amy's brand. These beans are tasty with some cheese, in a burrito or on nachos. YUM!
I love Amy's kitchen! A good quality brand you can trust. These beans are great, no animal lard!
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