Organic Sandwich Biscuit Lemon Cake Style 400g
A melt-in-the-mouth cream with a fresh hint of lemon between two crispy biscuits. Wonderfully crunchy and in many delicious varieties – that’s the Veganz biscuit range! As a sweet snack for between meals or cosily with tea or coffee – whichever way they’re enjoyed, these treats are irresistible
Yes, darling, the ingredients of the Veganz Organic Sandwich Biscuits Lemon Cake Style show outstanding manners and are downright polite to Mother Nature – even more polite than the British during their best tea service. That’s because, as you can see on the eco-balance, the double cookies have achieved full marks in all sustainability categories. How is that possible? As a vegan product, the sandwich biscuits protect the animal kingdom and therefore receive all the stars in that category. Additionally, the ingredients use very little water, both in cultivation and production. Even the carbon footprint of our cookies is award-winning since it creates just 641g of CO2 emissions and is well below the average of other foods. Last but not least, everything concerning the rainforest is also in the green since the palm oil they contain is RSPO certified and therefore protects against re-deforestation.
Veganz Group AG Warschauer Str. 32 10243 Berlin, Germany
|Energy||2121kj / 506kcal|
|of which saturates||11g|
|of which sugars||36g|
Store in a cool and dry place
Always read the label
Biscuit* (70 %) (wheat flour*, raw cane sugar*, palm fat*, glucose syrup*, quinoa flour* (1,1 %), natural Bourbon vanilla flavouring*, raising agent: sodium hydrogen carbonate; salt), lemon cake flavour filling* (30 %) (raw cane sugar*, palm fat*, emulsifier: sunflower lecithin*; natural lemon flavouring).
*from organic agriculture
For allergens, see ingredients in bold.
(May also contain traces of soya, nuts, other cereals containing gluten, egg and milk.)
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