Tony's Chocolonely - Lemon meringue (50% Off)
**50% Off - This product is past it's best before but still perfectly safe and delicious to consume. Grab an amazing Eco friendly bargain**
Tony's Chocolonely anti slavery Big Chocolate Bars are a hefty 180g (almost twice your average supermarket bar).
It quite literally wouldn't be 2021 if you didn't have a bar of chocoloate! This Christmas inspired chunk of a bar sold out quick fire last year so grab it while you can.
This chunky fair trade block of goodness is laced with lemon meringue pieces.
The are chocolate bars with a conscience started to tackle modern slavery in the chocolate industry and made with delicious super fair trade Belgian Chocolate.
- Milk Chocolate 32% lemon meringue
Country of Origin: Belgium
Suitable for vegetarians
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belgian fairtrade milk chocolate with freeze-dried lemon and meringue. cocoa solids: 32% minimum. made in belgium.
ingredientssugar, dried whole milk, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, 3.33% meringue (sugar, eggwhite, wheat starch), 1.94% freeze-dried lemon (glucose syrup, apricot, lemon juice concentrate, sugar, modified starch, thickening agent (sodium alginate)), emulsifier (soyalecithin) sugar, dried whole milk, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, 3.33% meringue (sugar, egg white, corn starch), 1.94% freezedried lemon (glucose syrup, apricot, lemon juice concentrate, sugar, modified starch, thickening agent (sodium alginat)), emulsifier (soyalecithin)
per 100 grams:
Energy - 2250 kJ / 538 kcal
Fat - 31.5 gram
Of which saturates - 18.9 gram
Carbohydrate - 54.0 gram
Of which sugars - 52.6 gram
Protein - 7.4 gram
Salt - 0.20 gram
Allergens: May contain traces of peanuts, gluten and nuts.
Suitable for vegetarians, not suitable for vegans.
I'm Tony's Chocolonely. I exist to end slavery in the chocolate industry. My mission is to make 100% slave free the norm in chocolate. Together with you. Together we'll make all chocolate 100% slave free. Are you in? Noticed that our bars aren't equally divided? That's because the chocolate industry is unequally divided. The profits aren't shared equally, so our bars can't be either.