30g (DI) Note: this is not the value used for claims
Dietary fibre is the indigestible parts of plant foods, such as vegetables, fruits, grains, beans and legumes, and are important for your digestive health. Insoluble fibre is mostly found in fruits and vegetables where it acts as a 'bulking agent' in the intestines. Soluble fibre acts like a sponge to absorb fluid, making the bowel contents softer. Both types help to keep you regular. Fibre is relatively unchanged by cooking.
If you’re cooking with frozen vegetables, don’t defrost them first as this will reduce the amount of vitamins available to you.