Organic Pinto Beans

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Organic Pinto Beans Nutritional Info
Pinto Beans are a staple in Mexican cooking dishes - and for good reason! The meaty, hearty texture makes them the perfect addition to soups, stews, and chilis. While their mild flavor pairs well in a variety of dishes such as salads, or cooked in broth and seasonings for a side dish. Use them as a meat replacement in traditional dishes such as tacos and burritos. Make vegan refried beans from scratch with a bit of oil and salt.
  • USDA CERTIFIED ORGANIC Free of artificial preservatives or coloring. No added sugar. Kosher.
  • PICKED AT PEAK FLAVOR Our organic pinto beans are plucked from the field at peak freshness so you get the best flavor in every bite!
  • MADE WITH SIMPLE INGREDIENTS Our premium pinto beans contain just 3 ingredients: organic pinto beans, water, and salt. Perfect for making refried beans from scratch!
  • HIGH IN FIBER & PROTEIN Pinto beans form the foundation of many Mexican dishes and for good reason! With 6 of fiber and protein per serving, they make a filling addition to soups, salads, burritos, and more!
  • CONSCIOUS PACKAGING  Our cans are made with BPA-free lining.

how to prepare

Drain and rinse beans. Add enough water to cover beans, bring to a boil - add favorite spices, and serve as a side dish to any meal.  

pinto bean recipes

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Organic Pinto Beans, Water, Salt


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