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10 oz / $0.37 per oz
Flavor-packed pinto beans are mashed, then mixed with sweet-and-grassy green peppers, smoky green chilies, and spices for a classic and simple snack or meal. We're getting hungry just thinking about it.
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- Low Sugar
- BIPOC Owned
- Black Owned
- Made In The USA
- Sustainable Agriculture
- TerraCycle Packaging
- Community & Economic Development
- Poverty & Hunger
These classically tender beans are ready to eat, right out of the bag. Warm them in the microwave or on the stove, then enjoy with tostadas, chips, or even in soup.
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very tasty and the packaging was perfect!
The beans are expensive but vastly superior to the canned beans found in most grocery stores.
I bought these beans to give my tacos a little extra kick. That they did. Super flavorful and delicious. Definitely going on out regular shopping list!
It's Okay. May Try Others.
An easy side that works well for my life style. I like the homey flavor and the mission of the brand. I am eager to try others.
Pretty good, a little dry
Convenient and it was nice to have it pre-seasoned and ready to go. I was expecting a tad more flavor to the beans, and the consistency straight out of the pouch was a little dry (and got dryer when cooked). Nothing a little salsa couldn't fix!