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Chocolate Wafers w/ Hazelnut Cream

Ulker 40g.
Our All-time best seller
Availability: In stock
$0.99

INGREDIENTS:
Sugar, wheat flour, hazelnut, hydrogenated vegetable oil, milk powder, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, salt, raising agent, emulsifier, natural identical flavour, artificial flavour(ethyl vanilin).

NUTRITION FACTS:
for Serving Size 38gr: Calories: 215Kcal Total Fat: 14gr Cholesterol: 1mg Sodium: 25mg Carbohydrate: 20gr Protein: 2gr


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INGREDIENTS:
Sugar, wheat flour, hazelnut, hydrogenated vegetable oil, milk powder, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, salt, raising agent, emulsifier, natural identical flavour, artificial flavour(ethyl vanilin).

NUTRITION FACTS:
for Serving Size 38gr: Calories: 215Kcal Total Fat: 14gr Cholesterol: 1mg Sodium: 25mg Carbohydrate: 20gr Protein: 2gr


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