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Cookies Pecan with Chocolate Bits Organic, 175g

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Cookies Pecan with Chocolate Bits Organic, 175g

Moulin du Pivert delicious french pecan / chocolate cookies. 100% Organic.

Made without palm oil.

Moulin du Pivert
Our home-style cookies are tender inside, filled with creamy chocolate and a light praline, they´re ideal for satisfying those little cravings.

Le Moulin du Pivert has long been involved in the development of organic farming. We have always believed that organic farming is better for both humankind and the earth, and this is why we produce and sell only organic products.


Wheat flour T65 *, chocolate chips * 20.7% (sugar *, cocoa mass *, cocoa butter *, vanilla extract powder *), cane sugar unrefined *, sunflower oil *, pecans * 4%, wheat syrup *, cocoa butter *, hazelnuts *, caramel, raising agent: sodium bicarbonate and ammonium carbonate, sea salt, lemon juice concentrate *.

Allergy Advice:
May contain traces of milk, soy, sesame seeds and other nuts.
Nutritional values per 100g
Energy value 2102 kJ / 503 kcal
Total Fat 25,5 g
- Saturated Fat 8,03 g
Carbohydrates 59.5 g
- of which sugar 27 g
Fibre 4,8 g
Protein 6,4 g
Salt 0,64 g
Moulin du Piver

Moulin du Piver

Le Moulin du Pivert: Our recipes are made with simple, healthy organic ingredients, without eggs, peanuts, or milk in order to emphasize nutrition and subtle flavors without risk to allergies. We've been making exclusively-organic baked goods for ten years, and have developed a line of quality, creative products. Our careful baking methods insure maximum respect for the ingredients used, as many tasks are still done by hand, and this gives our products their unique, original character. Products made with organically produced ingredients - certified ECOCERT

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.