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Milka Chocolate Oreo 100GR
Milka Chocolate Oreo 100GR
Milka Chocolate Oreo 100GR
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Milka Chocolate Oreo 100GR

Pack size : 100g

LBP 98670.00(Inc. VAT)

Sold & Delivered by Carrefour
Origin -
USA
highlights
An exceptional match that will delight you with an innovative and exceptionally delicious flavor. Milk chocolate bar with pieces of Oreo cookies. A small format easy to take away and to enjoy at any time of the day.
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DESCRIPTION

100 Percent alpine milk, lightly melted alpine milk chocolate and the original crisp Oreo biscuits. An exceptional match that will delight you with an innovative and exceptionally delicious flavor. Milk chocolate bar with pieces of Oreo cookies. A small format easy to take away and to enjoy at any time of the day.

Nutrition facts

Per100PortionType
Average Nutritional Values As Per 100g
Size
100GR
Per100Energyinkcal
559kcal
Per100EnergyinkJ
2339kJ
Per100Protein
5g
Per100Carbohydrates
56g
Per100Sugar
50g
Per100Fat
35g
Per100Fibre
0g
Per100Sodium
0.2g

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

INFORMATION

Ingredients

Sugar Cocoa Butter Skimmed Milk Powder Emulsifier Soya Lecithin Artificial Flavors Vanilla .

Storage Condition

Store in a cool and dry place.

Brand Message

Milka is a brand of chocolate confection which originated in Switzerland in 1901. On November 17, 1825, Swiss Chocolatiers Philippe suchard 1797 1884 established a patisserie in neuchatel where he sold a hand made dessert, chocolate fin de sa fabrique. Their products were introduced in Austria in the 1910s in order to spread popularity, and by 1913 the company was producing 18 times more chocolate than they did when at the original plant in 1880. In October 2012, Kraft spun off its snack food division, which was renamed mondelēz international. In 2016, they further expanded their market into china.