Albert Heijn Roze koeken (6)


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In the city of Amsterdam, the biscuits are called “moesselines”. Tradition has it that they owe this name to the Italian dictator Mussolini, because these cookies were sold in Italian ice cream parlors in Amsterdam before the Second World War.

In short, a sweet classic, and delicious at any time!

Roze koeken

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wheat flour, sugar, vegetable oil [palm, turnip (in varying proportions)], free-range egg, stabilizer (ascorbic acid [E300], glycerol [E422]), dietary fiber (oligofructose), glucose, lupine flour, raising agent (sodium carbonate [E500], glucono- delta-lactone [E575]), dextrose, lemon peel, coloring red beet juice concentrate, preservative (potassium sorbate [E202], calcium propionate [E282]), emulsifier (lecithin [E322], mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids [E471]), salt, acidity regulator ( citric acid [E330]), lemon juice concentrate, skimmed milk powder, coloring agent (carotene [E160a]), water, aroma.
Of which added sugars 33g per 100 grams and of which added salt 0.18g per 100 grams

Allergy information

Contains: eggs, milk, gluten-containing grains, lactose, lupine, wheat
May contain:

Additional information

Weight 0.210 kg