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Brazils, coated in Milk Chocolate

Brazil nuts with a thick milk chocolate coating.

From the range of chocolate made by family business Marimba in its Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, kitchens. See the full range or visit our own shop in Sudbury.

£3.50
Ingredients: Brazil nuts (30%), sugar, milk powder, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, vegetable fat (palm), whey (from milk), emulsifier: sunflower lecithin (E322); glazing agents: gum arabic, shellac E904. milk chocolate contains milk solids 20% minimum, cocoa solids 20% minimum. May contain peanuts.
Nutrition information:

per 100g
Energy2401kJ/577kcal
Fat40.8g
of which - saturates18g
Carbohydrate42.5g
of which - sugars41.9g
Protein9.4g
Salt0.2g

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