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HEALTHY CO Milk Chocolate - 100g
Milk Chocolate - 100g
Enjoy the timeless pleasure of our HEALTHYCO Milk Chocolate – a classic treat without the guilt. This delectable milk chocolate is crafted with a commitment to your well-being, contains no added sugar, and is free from palm oil.
Ingredients: Sweetener: maltitol (42%), cocoa butter, standard MILK powder, cocoa mass, emulsifier: sunflower lecithins; natural vanilla flavor. At least 33.9% cocoa, at least 20.5% milk. Excessive consumption can have a laxative effect. Contains naturally occurring sugars.
Nutritional value per 100g: Energy: 2075 kJ, 501 kcal Fat: 36.9 g - of which saturated fat: 23 g Carbohydrate: 50.7 g - of which sugars: 8.4 g Protein: 6.9 g Salt: 0.17 g
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