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Vanee Chili without Beans is a traditional all-ground beef chili with zesty spices, and is sure to warm up even the most discriminating chili fan. Great on chili dogs, fries, baked potatoes, nachos, or as a base for your own signature chili. Vanee Chili with Beans frees up valuable freezer space by being shelf-stable, has lower sodium than the national brands, and is heat-and-serve for ultimate back-of-house simplicity. Each 108 oz. can has 12 one-cup servings, for 72 total servings in a case.

Serving Directions

Serve 8 oz. in bread bowl, or use as topping for chili dogs, baked potatoes, omelets, nachos, or French fries.

Preparation Instructions

Convection: Place covered prepared product into 300°F oven for 30–40 minutes until center reaches 165°F. Conventional: Place covered prepared product into 350°F oven for 60 minutes until center reaches 165°F. Microwave: Place prepared product into microwave safe covered container. Heat on high approximately 2–3 minutes per portion or until center reaches 165°F. Stove Top: Place uncovered prepared product over medium heat for 10–15 minutes or until center reaches 165°F, stirring occasionally to prevent scorching.
Category: Chilis
Vanee Product Code:

GTIN: 10739478003028
Pack Size: 6 containers
Net Weight: 108 OZ


Beef, Water, Tomatoes, Textured Soy Concentrate (Caramel Color added), Yellow Corn Flour, Rolled Oats, Food Starch - Modified, Spices, Salt, Dehydrated Onion, Sugar, Dehydrated Red Pepper, Oleoresin Paprika.




Nutrition Facts

12 servings per container
Serving size
1 cup  

Amount per serving
Calories 270

% Daily Value *

Total Fat 12.0 g
15 %

   Saturated Fat 5.0 g
25 %

   Trans Fat 0.5 g

Cholesterol 65 mg
22 %

Sodium 1310 mg
57 %

Total Carbohydrate 22 g
8 %

   Dietary Fiber 2 g
7 %

   Total Sugars 5 g

      Includes 2 g Added Sugars
4 %

Protein 21 g

Vitamin D 0 mcg
0 %

Calcium 61 mg
4 %

Iron 4 mg
20 %

Potassium 523 mg
10 %

* The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
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