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Zentis Traditions Chocolate Covered Marzipan Brot 100g Bar Dated 31/10/2021

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Past date 31/10/2021 
Zentis marzipan brot 100g

Marzipan bar covered with chocolate
Ingredients: (minimum 35% cocoa solids), sugar, 21% ALMONDS, invert sugar syrup, cocoa mass, glucose syrup, cocoa butter, emulsifier SOYA LECITHINS, humectant invertase, WHOLE MILK POWDER. MAY CONTAIN OTHER NUTS. FOR ALLERGENS: SEE INGREDIENTS IN BOLD.

Average nutritional values per 100g:
Energy 1864kj/444kcal
Fat 16g of which saturates 3.9g
Carbohydrate 67g of which sugars 66g
Protein 5.9g  Salt <0.01g

Zentis is a German jam and confectionery manufacturer. It supplies finished products to customers and also to companies, especially dairy product industries, for which it is the market leader in Europe.

History

The company was established by Franz Zentis on 20 June 1893 in Aachen as a trading company. Real breakthrough came in 1900, with the production of FAMOS, a jam made from dried apricots and sugar. There are three Zentis facilities in the United States.

Pope Benedict XVI is among the company's patrons; every December near Christmas, a German banker from Bavaria, a Munich native named Thaddaeus Joseph Kuehnel, hand-delivers sweets from the company to the Vatican, along with Bavarian sausages from the Pope's favourite restaurant, Franziskaner, and special mustard.

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