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.Easter Bunny Long Ears Rice Drink Chocolate Organic, 50g


  • .Easter Bunny Long Ears Rice Drink Chocolate Organic, 50g
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.Easter Bunny Long Ears Rice Drink Chocolate Organic, 50g

General Vegan Label
CH-Bio / EU-Bio
Fairtrade
NON GMO

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CHF 1.95
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.Easter Bunny Long Ears Rice Drink Chocolate Organic, 50g

Schönenberger Easter Bunny with long ears made from riz drink.

The handmade Organic Rice Drink Long-Eared Bunny by Schönenberger is the perfect vegan Bunny for Easter time from controlled organic farming and fairtrade.

» Weight: 50 g
» Size 10cm
» Rice drink
» Fairtrade
» Handmade


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

Ingredients

Cane sugar*, cocoa butter*, rice glucose syrup dried* 17%, cocoa mass*, sea salt, vanilla*
* from controlled organic farming

Allergy Information:
May contain traces of milk components, nuts and peanuts.
Nutritional values per
Energy value 2400 kJ / 575 kcal
Total Fat 38 g
- Saturated Fat 22 g
Carbohydrates 55 g
- of which sugar 41 g
Protein 2 g
Salt 0,22 g
Schönenberger

Schönenberger

(translated by google) They still exist: Factories that produce the traditional craftsmanship of Swiss chocolate specialties! What is the secret that Switzerland is simply regarded as the "Chocolate Country"? Pioneering spirit, innovation, quality and reliability play a big role. Chocolat Schönberger does everything possible to uphold these traditions and the world's outstanding reputation of Switzerland as a country of production to maintain the finest chocolate products.

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.