Friss Pufi Puffed Durum Wheat Covered with Dark Chocolate

Friss Pufi Puffed Durum Wheat Covered with Dark ChocolateFriss Pufi Puffed Durum Wheat Covered with Dark Chocolate

Without any preservatives!

Make your breakfast healthy and delicious with puffed cereals!

An easily digestable crunchy treat.

Made of durum wheat produced and processed in Hungary.

Manufacturer: MENTÉSZ Zrt.
Made in: Hungary
Packaging: 60 g
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Do you like treats, while also eating healthy?

Popped cereals are not only healthy, they are delicious! Children and adults will be immediately hooked once they taste these cereals covered in high-quality chocolate.

You can it them with milk, yoghurt, fresh and dried fruits, or add it to deserts and granola.

Puffed cereals are easy to digest, high in fiber, good for the guts and digestive system. They contain slow releasing carbohydrates.

Cereals are an important part of a healthy diet, as they are rich in vitamins, protein, fiber and mineral substances. Puffing ensures that most of the vitamin content remains in the seed. Puffed cereals don't contain any preservatives or colorings.

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Ingredients: Dark chocolate [cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa butter, emulsifier (soy lecithin E476), vanilin] (42 %), durum wheat (21 %), sugar, water, glucose syrup, skimmed milk powder, low fat cocoa powder, glazing agent.

Manufacturer: MENTÉSZ Zrt. H-5400 Mezőtúr Szandazug 110.

The product may contain gluten, peanuts and other nuts.

Store in a dry and cool place!

Nutritional info in 100g:

Energy: 2014 kJ /480 kcal
Fat: 22 g
-of which saturated fat: 13 g
Carbohydrates: 65 g
-of which sugar: 43 g
Protein: 6,6 g
Salt: 0,05 g

Environmental information

Packaging:

Recyclable PP plastic bag. Please recycle after use!

Environmental advantages:

Preservative-free food made in Hungary.