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Lindt Les Grandes Caramel Hazelnut Chocolate Bar 150g
Lindt Les Grandes Caramel Hazelnut Chocolate Bar 150g
Lindt Les Grandes Caramel Hazelnut Chocolate Bar 150g
Lindt Les Grandes Caramel Hazelnut Chocolate Bar 150g
Lindt Les Grandes Caramel Hazelnut Chocolate Bar 150gLindt Les Grandes Caramel Hazelnut Chocolate Bar 150g
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Lindt Les Grandes Caramel Hazelnut Chocolate Bar 150g

Pack size : 150g

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  • Lindt's Maîtres Chocolatiers have created this masterpiece using whole hazelnuts toasted to perfection, mixed with crunchy caramelized whole hazelnuts and caramel pieces surrounded by Lindt's exceptionally creamy milk chocolate
  • Contains 38% hazelnuts and caramel
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DESCRIPTION

Average Nutritional Values Per Portion

584kcal
Energyinkcal
46g
Carbohydrates
43g
Sugar
8g
Protein

Nutrition facts

Per100PortionType
Average Nutritional Value Per 100g
Energyinkcal
584kcal
EnergyinkJ
2430kJ
Carbohydrates
46g
Sugar
43g
Protein
8g
Fat
40g
Salt
0.16g

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

INFORMATION

Ingredients

Sugar Hazelnuts 27% Cocoa Butter Cocoa Mass Pieces Of Toffee 7% (Sugar Sweetened Condensed Skim Milk Glucose Syrup Palm Oil Anhydrous Milk Fat Humectant (Glycerine) Emulsifier (Mono- And Diglycerides Of Fatty Acids) Wheat Fiber Salt Flavouring) Whole Milk Powder Caramel 45% (Sugar Cocoa Butter Cream Powder Salt Emulsifier (Soya Lecithin)) Lactose Skim Milk Powder Anhydrous Milk Fat Emulsifier (Soya Lecithin) Barley Malt Extract Flavourings Almonds

Package Type

Packet

Storage Condition

Store in a cool and dry place, away from sunlight

Brand Message

An entrepreneurial spirit. A chocolate revolution. The perfect patnership. This is the story of how lindt and sprungli came to be. It all began with the opening of David Sprüngli's small confectionery in Zurich. The business grew quickly thanks to Sprüngli's entrepreneurial spirit and passion for chocolate. Sprüngli soon became a renown among chocolate manufacturers. In a small confectionery shop on Marktgasse in Zurich's old town David Sprüngli and his son Rudolf Sprüngli-Ammann produced the first solid bar of chocolate in the German-speaking part of Switzerland. It instantly became a success. Sprüngli grew rapidly, opening the Schleifetobel factory in Horgen in 1847. You could smell chocolate in the air when production began. David Sprüngli and son inaugurated a second confectionery on Paradeplatz - the until now famous Confiserie Sprüngli. Its elegant interiors quickly found favour among the locals, making it a popular place to get together. Meanwhile in Berne, Rodolphe Lindt, the son of a pharmacist, just started a small confectionery. Shortly after opening in 1879, Lindt's chocolate company Rod. Lindt & sons only produced hard, bitter chocolate, just like all other chocolatiers at that time. Undeterred, Lindt kept experimenting, until one Friday night after months of testing, he left his factory without turning off the conching machine. It churned all night and all through the weekend. The chocolate Lindt found on Monday was delicately smooth and tasted like it never had before. Chocolate was changed forever. That was the beginning of incomparably delicate, world-renowned Lindt chocolate fondant. The secret to his chocolate was all in the conching process he had invented which created a fine-melting texture by evenly combining the cocoa mass and cocoa butter with other ingredients like sugar and milk for a prolonged period of time, Lindt's conching technique created a ‘melting chocolate' so fine and so flavourful it was impossible to resist. This was the start of a chocolate revolution. Lindt kept his invention top secret until the Sprüngli's came into the picture. Until today, conching is used by chocolate manufacturers all over the world.

Safety warning

Do not use if the pack is broken