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*DISCOUNT: BBD 02/19* Bar Rice Choc with Crispy Rice Pops Organic, 35g


CHF 2.45
CHF 2.60 -6%
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*DISCOUNT: BBD 02/19* Bar Rice Choc with Crispy Rice Pops Organic, 35g

DISCOUNT: Product approaches best-before date 02/19

The mini crispy rice pops in these Zero Zebra Rice Chocolate Bars provide a crunchy surprise complimenting the creamy Belgian chocolate.

These vegan chocolate bars use only the highest quality Fairtrade and 100% organic ingredients resulting in a delightful taste experience that's turned out to be an absolute favourite with children and adults alike.


This product is not eligible for any cash discounts and can not be counted towards the minimum order value of discount vouchers.

Ingredients

Fair Trade Raw Cane Sugar, Fair Trade Cocoa Butter, Rice Syrup (17%), Fair Trade Cocoa Mass, Puffed Rice (2.5%) (Rice Flour, Palm Oil, Salt), Vanilla. Cocoa content at least 48%.

Allergy Information:
Contains no: Dairy, lactose, gluten, wheat, nuts or soy.
Energy value 2301 kJ / 550 kcal
Total Fat 34,9 g
- Saturated Fat 21,8 g
Carbohydrates 57,6 g
- of which sugar 41,6 g
Protein 2,2 g
Salt 0,03 g
Marthomi

Marthomi

Marthomi Allergy Free Foods brightens the lives of children suffering from food allergies by providing easy access to a range of delicious treats which are free from food allergens. Marthomi’s products are suitable for all children and are unique in that every product in the range is free from all recognized allergens. Marthomi provides you with a fun range of chocolate bars and figures cookies all WITHOUT the ingredients milk, egg, soy, nuts and gluten (in fact all 14 allergens according to EU labelling regulations).

GMO Statement

Organic products are produced without genetic engineering. The use of genetically modified organisms or their derivatives is prohibited in organic farming and processing and contradicts the self-understanding of the organic industry.