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Rhubarb is a very old plant – its medicinal and horticulture uses were recorded in ancient China. It is known in some countries as “pie plant” and is prized for its use in pies, tarts and sauces. Only the petioles (stalks) are eaten (some compounds within the leaves can be toxic) although herbal remedies use the leaves and roots.

Health Benefits
  • Naturally fat free
  • Naturally low in calories (without sugar)
  • Naturally high in fibre


Nutritional Value


    Per 100g (Raw)  
Calories   48Kcal  
Protein    0.9g  
Carbohydrate   11.5g  
Fat   0.1g  
Fibre   1.2g