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Poulain Chocolat Noir Extra 400GR
Poulain Chocolat Noir Extra 400GR
Poulain Chocolat Noir Extra 400GR
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Poulain Chocolat Noir Extra 400GR

Pack size : 400g

LBP 831519.00(Inc. VAT)

Sold & Delivered by Carrefour
Origin -
France
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Addictive and delicious with their heavenly taste. Made from the finest ingredients to give you a rich flavour. Free from artificial additives, artificial colourings or preservatives.
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Poulain Extra Dark Chocolate Bar 400g

Nutrition facts

Per100PortionType
Average Nutritional Value As Per 100g
Size
400GR
Per100Energyinkcal
510kcal
Per100EnergyinkJ
2120kJ
Per100Protein
4.8g
Per100Carbohydrates
55g
Per100Sugar
52g
Per100Fat
28g
Per100Fibre
7.1g
Sub Type
Chocolate Bar
Form
Solid
Category
Food

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

INFORMATION

Ingredients

Sugar Cocoa Mass Cocoa Butter Lean Cocoa Powder Emulsifier (Soya Lecithin) Flavouring Skimmed Milk Powder. Cocoa: 47% Minimum.

Allergy Information

Contains Milk

Storage Condition

Store in a cool and dry place.

Brand Message

Poulain is one of the oldest chocolate brands in France.[1] It is known particularly for its bars of eating- and cooking-chocolate, as well as its Poulain Orange product, which is a chocolate drink mix. The icon of the brand is a jumping foal, which is a wordplay on the creator's name "Poulain", which is French for foal. Victor-Auguste Poulain began the mass production of chocolate in 1848 in Blois, France, before forming a limited company in 1893. He believed that a commercial future in chocolate would be found by selling to the masses and was innovative in industrialising the production of chocolate and in widespread marketing campaigns targeting children and families.