Orange peel in dark chocolate icing


Oranges come from Asia, where they originally grew as wild fruit. We will not tell you who brought them to Cuba and why they taste the way they do, but the Romans brought them to Europe in the first century AD. Oranges speed up the body’s metabolism and can therefore significantly help with a reduction diet. Orange also helps to release accumulated stress, promotes the flow of blocked energy and improves mood. The dry matter content of oranges is approximately 15%, the predominant carbohydrates being glucose, fructose and sucrose. Oranges are also a rich source of fiber and therefore have a positive effect on intestinal peristalsis. Thanks to the high content of acids, which are clearly dominated by citric acid, they support the digestive process.


Administrative order: chocolate confectionery – chocolate dragees.
Allergens: the product contains milk (lactose) and products thereof and may contain groundnut kernels, nuts and products thereof.
Ingredients: dark chocolate icing 77% (sugar, cocoa mass, palm vegetable fat, cocoa butter, milk whey, sunflower lecithin E322, gum arabic, shellac E904, citric acid E330, cocoa content in dry matter min. 35%), orange bark 23%.
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 1956 kJ/465 kcal
Protein 3,1 g
Fats 23 g
Saturated fatty acids 14,2 g
Carbohydrates 63,7 g
Of which sugars 62,2 g
Fiber 3,1 g
Salt 0,2 g