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Lamy Lutti Tubble Apple Chewing Gum 35g
Lamy Lutti Tubble Apple Chewing Gum 35g
Lamy Lutti Tubble Apple Chewing Gum 35g
Lamy Lutti Tubble Apple Chewing Gum 35g
Lamy Lutti Tubble Apple Chewing Gum 35gLamy Lutti Tubble Apple Chewing Gum 35g
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Lamy Lutti Tubble Apple Chewing Gum 35g

Pack size : 35g

AED 4.20(Inc. VAT)

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France
highlights
  • Helps to neutralize plaque acid and helps keep your teeth clean and mouth fresh after meals and snacks.
  • Chewing gum gives you clean and healthy teeth and lets you focus on yourself, while its smooth and refreshing flavour gives you the readiness to make the most of your moment and emerge out stronger than who you were
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DESCRIPTION

Helps to neutralise plaque acid and helps keep your teeth clean and mouth fresh after meals and snacks. Chewing gum gives you clean and healthy teeth and lets you focus on yourself, while its smooth and refreshing flavour gives you the readiness to make the most of your moment and emerge out stronger than who you were The Lutti brand was born in 1929. The name was found by Henri Cornet according to marketing criteria of the time. Before the war, these sweets gave birth to a radio program on the national airwaves, called "The children of Lutti". In 1949, Léon Desprets created the Chocolaterie Saint-Pierre, quai de Dunkerque in Roubaix . In 1961, he bought the Lamy confectionery, which he relocated to Tourcoing . From mergers to takeovers, in particular that of the Belgian brand Lutti, which would become the group's trademark in 1972, it will always keep its production sites in the North. Subsequently, numerous acquisitions of chocolate factories and confectionery contributed to the development and influence of Lutti, in France and in Belgium Store in a cool and dry place, away from the sunlight Do not consume it if the seal is broken Tube Lammy Lutti

Nutrition facts

Per100PortionType
Average Nutritional Value Per 100g
Energyinkcal
283kcal
EnergyinkJ
1210kJ
Carbohydrates
70g
Sugar
59g
Salt
0.01g

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

INFORMATION

Ingredients

Sugar Gum Base Glucose Syrup Dextrose And Flavouring

Nutrition

Helps to neutralise plaque acid and helps keep your teeth clean and mouth fresh after meals and snacks. Chewing gum gives you clean and healthy teeth and lets you focus on yourself, while its smooth and refreshing flavour gives you the readiness to make the most of your moment and emerge out stronger than who you were The Lutti brand was born in 1929. The name was found by Henri Cornet according to marketing criteria of the time. Before the war, these sweets gave birth to a radio program on the national airwaves, called "The children of Lutti". In 1949, Léon Desprets created the Chocolaterie Saint-Pierre, quai de Dunkerque in Roubaix . In 1961, he bought the Lamy confectionery, which he relocated to Tourcoing . From mergers to takeovers, in particular that of the Belgian brand Lutti, which would become the group's trademark in 1972, it will always keep its production sites in the North. Subsequently, numerous acquisitions of chocolate factories and confectionery contributed to the development and influence of Lutti, in France and in Belgium Store in a cool and dry place, away from the sunlight Do not consume it if the seal is broken Tube Lammy Lutti

Package Type

Tube

Storage Condition

Store in a cool and dry place, away from the sunlight

Brand Message

The Lutti brand was born in 1929. The name was found by Henri Cornet according to marketing criteria of the time. Before the war, these sweets gave birth to a radio program on the national airwaves, called "The children of Lutti". In 1949, Léon Desprets created the Chocolaterie Saint-Pierre, quai de Dunkerque in Roubaix . In 1961, he bought the Lamy confectionery, which he relocated to Tourcoing . From mergers to takeovers, in particular that of the Belgian brand Lutti, which would become the group's trademark in 1972, it will always keep its production sites in the North. Subsequently, numerous acquisitions of chocolate factories and confectionery contributed to the development and influence of Lutti, in France and in Belgium

Safety warning

Do not consume it if the seal is broken