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How much protein is in a pack of prawns?

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Nutrition

Typical ValuesPer 100g1/2 of a pack (75g)
Sugars0.4g0.3g
Fibre<0.1g<0.1g
Protein18.4g13.8g
Salt1.2g0.9g

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