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Casino Petit Déjeuner No Sugar Biscuits with Chocolate Chips 150 g

873891
Νo sugar biscuits for breakfast with cereal (50.2%), chocolate chips and sweetener. The package contains 4 portions of 3 biscuits
Prepare Use BREAKFAST IDEA Breakfast is an important meal. Composed of a hot beverage without sugar, a natural dairy product, a seasonal fruit and 3 biscuits, a delightful breakfast will be enjoyed by both young and old
Storage Store in a cool and dry place
Net Contents 150 g
Ingredients Wheat flour 20.4%, sweetener: maltitols, whole wheat flour 15.5%, rapeseed oil, chocolate chips with sweetener 11.9% [sweetener: maltitols, cocoa mass* 5.9%, emulsifier: lecithin (soya), low-fat cocoa powder* 0.06%, natural vanilla flavour], oat flakes 9.5%, barley flour 4.8%, low-fat cocoa powder* 3,5%, wheat starch, oat bran, cocoa extract*, emulsifier: lecithins (sunflower), raising agents: ammonium carbonate, sodium carbonate, sea salt, antioxidant: rosemary extracts. *Rainforest Alliance certified cocoa
Allergy Info Contains wheat, soya, oat, barley. May contain traces of sesame, other cereal containing gluten, egg, milk, and nuts in shell
Nutrition Info 100 g
Energy kJ 1733
Energy kCal 415
Fat 19
Of which saturates 3.3
Carbohydrates 61
Of which sugars <0.5
Dietary Fibers 7.2
Protein 7.3
Salt 0.43
Important Notice Customers are advised to check product packaging for nutritional information and allergen warnings before consumption, as product information is subject to change after publication. You should always read the product label to ensure you are following the most up-to-date information. This is especially important if you have an allergy or intolerance. Allergen information can be found highlighted in the ingredients list on the back of pack
Safety Warnings These biscuits contain less than 0.05 g of sugar per 100 g, in accordance with the regulations governing the term “no sugar”. Consumption of food containing maltitol instead of sugar leads to an increase in glucose levels lower than those resulting from the consumption of food containing sugar. The excessive consumption may have laxative effects