White chocolate with praline
Côte d'Or leading Belgian confectionary brand was founded in 1883 by Charles Neuhaus. The chosen name was a refrence to the origins of cocoa beans. Cote d'Or or Gold Coast refers to the area of contemporary Ghana the source of much of the cacao beans used in chocolate manufacturing. The elephant with an upturned trunk has become one of world's most loved and recognized chocolate brands.
Ingredients: Sugar, cocoa butter , HAZELNUTS [14% (HAZELNUT)], skimmed milk powder (MILK), whey (milk), vegetable fat (palm, shea), milk (MILK), cocoa mass , Emulsifiers (Soy Lecithin, sunflower lecithin), skimmed Cocoa powder, whole milk powder (MILK), flavors.
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