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Rich Beef Stock Cubes
Rich and beefy

Rich Beef Stock Cubes

Made with real meat juices the Knorr gluten-free Rich Beef Stock cube is really versatile and ideal for giving all your traditional family favourites a beefier taste.
Rich and beefy
Need a gluten-free stock cube that gives you rich flavour for your Casseroles and Stews? Use a NEW Knorr Rich Beef Stock Cube. Our Rich Beef Stock Cubes are made with a carefully selected blend of herbs, seasonings and meat juices that delicately enhance the natural flavours of your dish. TOP TIP: For a rich, flavoursome casserole brown the meat and saut� the onions and vegetables. Then add some stock made with a Knorr Rich Beef Stock Cube and cook until meltingly tender.

Free From

  • Gluten free
  • No Added MSG
  • Free from artificial colours
  • Free from artificial preservatives
  • Free from flavour enhancers


                                Serving Size 100.0
                                Servings Per Container 36.0
Amount Per Portion Percentage Per Portion Per 100g
Calories 7.0 <1
Fat 14 <1 2.9
Total Fat 14 <1 2.9
Saturated Fat 5.8 2.0 1.2
Salt 2.1 15.0 0.43
Total Carbohydrate 58 22 12
Sugars 7.3 8 1.5
Protein 37 74 7.6

How to use

1. Dissolve the cube into 450ml of boiling water. 2. Add the cube directly into the dish. 3. Mix the cube with a little olive oil and rub into meat.

Frequently asked questions about this product

Please contact our consumer careline for the most up to date information on our products.

Knorr Chicken, Vegetable, Ham and Beef Stock Cubes do not currently contain paprika, cayenne pepper or chilli but please make sure you always check the ingredients list on the pack just in case there are any recipe changes.

Only the vegetable Knorr Stock Pot and Liquid Stock is suitable for vegetarians.

We can claim gluten free status, which complies with FIC Regulations, as it falls under 20ppm gluten.

We are still required to highlight any allergens according to the EU allergen regulation.

If garlic is added to a recipe, this would be declared in the on-pack ingredient list. However, we cannot guarantee the absence of garlic in flavourings in a recipe and garlic would not necessarily need to be declared next to the word “flavourings” in the ingredient list as it is not one of the 14 allergens according to Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No. 828/2014.

Also, other products made in the same line and factory may contain garlic, therefore we will not be able to guarantee its absence due to potential cross contamination.