Keto products at HEMA

Date
Jul, 18, 2020

Hema is one of the best places to buy a snack or a quick lunch because has a lot of keto products. I love that their products are sold in comfortable boxes, easy to carry in the bag and to store in the fridge.

They have also fresh food for a last-minute dinner, like salmon and shrimps.

If you need a snack, count on HEMA. And if you need more keto snack ideas, read where to eat keto and low-carb in Amsterdam (and in the Netherlands).

Read also where to find keto products in the Netherlands.

Below all the keto-friendly products you can find at HEMA.

Lunchmeat

Ham


Serranoham and Parmaham


Salam


Rosbief

Carpaccio


Meat

Steaks


Sausages
(HEMA sells the ones they use for the hot-dogs – also without bread!)


Bacon strips


Rookworst


Filet Americain naturel

Fish

Smoked salmon


Shrimps


Prawns


Salmon filet


Cheese

Read the best cheese for the keto diet.

Semi-hard cheese


Cheese slices


Cheese blocks

Soups

In the fridge, there are many soups in a plastic box.
One good option is the broccoli and zucchini soup, 2,7 grams carbs for 100 gr.

Another low-carb soup is the champignon soup (3,3 carbs).

Check always the labels before you buy because the soup ingredients may vary and therefore the values cannot be the same.

Salads

They have complete salads, meaning with carbs (potatoes or pasta).
If you think you can avoid eating carbs, you can buy them. Personally, I never did that because I don’t like to throw the food away.

Read the 3 best ready to eat keto salads at AH.

Nuts

They have several nuts: the best low carb option they have is walnuts.


Read the best choices concerning nuts on my post about the best nuts for a ketogenic diet.

Seeds

Flex seeds


Hemp seeds


Chia seeds


Other products


Cacao Nibs


Sugarfree chewing-gums

Olives


Flavored sparkling water

My favorite keto-friendly products at HEMA

I am so blessed I have a HEMA very close to my working place. When I don’t feel to bring my lunchbox with me I buy some cheese and salami to survive the day.


Here’s more ideas:

Read the best places to eat keto and low-carb in Amsterdam and in the Netherlands.

All the keto products at IKEA.

All the keto-friendly products at Holland and Barrett.

Need a coffee? Read the keto drinks at Starbucks in the Netherlands.

If you need a quick snack read also the best keto snacks at AH To Go, Jumbo and AH, Lidl.

Want to order some food? Read the keto meals you can order at home.

Read my grocery list for keto diet here.

Hema Keto products: photo gallery


4 Comments

  1. Reply

    Emma

    11/08/2020

    Thank you for sharing this, I follow a keto diet and I have to travel to the Netherlands next week (unplanned) so your blog is giving me some ideas on how to avoid the carbs.

    • Reply

      ketonetherlands

      13/08/2020

      Hi Emma, thank you for your comment! I am happy you are finding my blog useful! Enjoy the Netherlands!

  2. Reply

    Ritu khurana

    17/09/2021

    Hi My son is studying in Rotterdam and we have been looking for keto bread mixes or cauliflower wraps all over but have been unsuccessful so far. Can you list/help with some places where all this available. Unfortunately all these items have been discontinued on Amazon as well 😒

    • Reply

      Simona

      17/09/2021

      Hi Ritu! Unfortunately keto products are hard to find in the supermarket in Holland. But you can order them from several websites, and believe me, it’s just easier! I can suggest some brands: Adam’s brot bread mix and Lizza bread mix.

      Both brands are very low in carbs and with keto-friendly products, and very easy to make. Lizza has a selection of ready toasties and base pizza also. They are running a promotion now, and there is 5 euro discount and free shipping with the code Lizhe945.

      Let me know if you want further info! Simona

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