Cherries in dark chocolate icing


Cherries originally grew in the regions of Asia Minor, from where they came to Europe in the 1st century BC. They belong to the stone fruit and their flesh is made up of 80% water and fruit sugars. It serves as a rich source of minerals and vitamins, magnesium, iodine, silicon, iron, zinc, phosphorus, calcium and potassium. Cherries contain important dyes, which experts call anthocyanins. Like other plant dyes, anthocyanins are also antioxidants in nature and have the ability to protect blood vessels and the heart from damage.


Allergens: the product contains sulfur dioxide and sulphites, milk (lactose) and products thereof, cereals containing gluten and may contain groundnut kernels, nuts and products thereof.
Ingredients: dark chocolate icing 68% (sugar, cocoa mass, palm vegetable fat, cocoa butter, milk whey, wheat flour, rice flour, sunflower lecithin E322, gum arabic, shellac E904, cocoa content in dry matter min. 35%) , cherries 32% (sulfur dioxide and sulphites E220 0,01%).
Warning: the product may contain a stone.
Storage: store in a dry place at a temperature of not more than 20 ° C and a relative humidity of not more than 65%.
Nutritional values:

Nutritional values ​​per 100 g:
Energy value 1553 kJ/372 kcal
Protein 3,1 g
Fats 20,6 g
Saturated fatty acids 12,6 g
Carbohydrates 42,2 g
Of which sugars 40,9 g
Fiber 2,4 g
Salt 0,2 g