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Turnips and swedes are both members of the Brassica family and are closely related to each other – in fact their names are often confused. In Ireland and Scotland, swedes are traditionally referred to as turnips – they are known as neeps in Scotland. Swedes are a globular root, yellow and purple in colour with yellow flesh. They have a milder flavour than turnips.

Health Benefits
  • Naturally fat free
  • Naturally low in calories
  • Naturally high in fibre
  • A source of vitamin C, which contributes to the the normal function of the immune system and reduces tiredness and fatigue.



Nutritional Information 

    Per 100g (Boiled)  
Calories   11Kcal  
Protein    0.3g  
Carbohydrate   2.3g  
Fat   0.1g  
Fibre   0.7g (NSP)  

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