Skinny Pasta

Contains just 9 calories per serving

Making its U.S. debut, Skinny Pasta is completely free of sugar, wheat, lactose, soy, salt, cholesterol, fat and preservatives. The product’s main ingredient, konjac, is a plant native to Southeast Asia that contains glucomannan, a dietary fiber providing satiety with less food. Skinny Pasta contains just 9 calories per serving, versus traditional pasta, which has around 200 calories per serving, and is suitable for vegetarians, vegans, and those with diabetes or gluten sensitivity. The item is available in various forms: a traditional noodle shape, couscous, spaghetti, lasagna, fettuccine and rice. A 9.52-ounce two-serving bag retails for a suggested $2.99-$3.49.

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