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Ritter Sport Milk With Corn Flakes

Ritter Sport Milk With Corn Flakes

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Finally, cornflakes you can eat WITHOUT A SPOON
With plenty of crispy cornflakes in our rich milk chocolate made with cream, RITTER SPORT Cornflakes is something like a round-the-clock breakfast bar. Of course the flakes are selected according to particularly strict quality requirements. After all, breakfast is the first meal of the day. And thanks to our 250g bar, you can now look forward to a bigger breakfast.

Ingredients
Milk chocolate with cornflakes (12%). Milk chocolate: cocoa solids 30% minimum. milk solids 18% minimum.
Sugar. cocoa butter. cocoa mass. corn (11%). whole MILK powder. lactose (from MILK). skimmed MILK powder. butterfat (from MILK). emulsifier (SOYA lecithins). salt. BARLEY malt extract.
May contain traces of peanuts. nuts and egg.

Nutritional Information (per 100g)
Energy 2173kJ (520kcal)
Fat 27g
of which saturated fatty acids 16g
Carbohydrates 60g
of which Sugar 50g
Protein 6.5g
Salt
0.43g

Nutritional information

per 100g

Energy2173kJ (520kcal)
Fat27g
of which saturated fatty acids16g
Carbohydrates60g
of which Sugar50g
 
Protein6.5g
Salt0.43g

Ingredients

Milk chocolate with cornflakes (12%). Milk chocolate: cocoa solids 30% minimum. milk solids 18% minimum.
Sugar. cocoa butter. cocoa mass. corn (11%). whole MILK powder. lactose (from MILK). skimmed MILK powder. butterfat (from MILK). emulsifier (SOYA lecithins). salt. BARLEY malt extract.
May contain traces of peanuts. nuts and egg.

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