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Gandour Musky Marmalde Loukoum 454GR
Gandour Musky Marmalde Loukoum 454GR
Gandour Musky Marmalde Loukoum 454GR
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Gandour Musky Marmalde Loukoum 454GR

Pack size : 454g

LBP 206310.00(Inc. VAT)

Sold & Delivered by Carrefour
Origin -
Lebanon
highlights
It is simple to arrange and delivers a sweet citruspacked flavour that improves dishes from breakfast to dinner. The sweetness of ripe oranges shared with the slight bitterness of its peels give this marmalade its different flavour.
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Gandour Musky Marmalde Loukoum is a bitter conserve similar in texture to jelly. This marmalade will tempt your taste buds as well. It is simple to arrange and delivers a sweet citruspacked flavour that improves dishes from breakfast to dinner. The sweetness of ripe oranges shared with the slight bitterness of its peels give this marmalade its different flavour.

Nutrition facts

Per100PortionType
Average Nutritional Value As Per 20g
Size
454GR
Per100Energyinkcal
217.568kcal
Per100EnergyinkJ
910.30kJ
Per100Protein
1g
Per100Carbohydrates
2g
Per100Sugar
0g
Per100Fat
4g
Per100Fibre
2g
Per100Sodium
125mg
Sub Type
Loukoum
Form
Solid
Category
Food

*Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calaries needs

INFORMATION

Ingredients

Water Granulated Sugar Cornstarch Divided Cream Of Tartar Rose Water Sugar. Vegetable Oil.

Storage Condition

Store in a cool and dry place.

Brand Message

Gandour is a food processing company founded in Beirut, Lebanon in 1857, with headquarters in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. A manufacturer of confectioneries like hard boiled candies, the company started industrial level production in 1912, before expanding its operations to Saudi Arabia in 1956.