Are Whittakers peanut slabs gluten free?
We don’t currently have dedicated lines for manufacturing our products that contain added gluten. So even though we have a comprehensive allergen control program, there is always a chance that our other products could contain traces of gluten. This means we cannot label our other flavours as ‘gluten free’.
Is whittakers Peppermint chocolate gluten free?
Premium Quality Ingredients
DARK CHOCOLATE [COCOA SOLIDS 50%* (COCOA MASS & PURE COCOA BUTTER),SUGAR, EMULSIFIER (SOY LECITHIN), PEPPERMINT OIL, VANILLA FLAVOUR]. *MINIMUM PERCENTAGE. MAY BE PRESENT: MILK, PEANUTS, TREE NUTS, GLUTEN. Flavour introduced 2011 Crafted in Porirua, NZ.
Does Lindt chocolate have gluten?
The website for Lindt Lindor Truffles states that several products (including their Truffles and some seasonal items) contain cereal or barley ingredients. So, Lindor Truffles and Chocolates are not gluten free.
What chocolate has no milk?
The 70%, 85% and 90% dark chocolate bars from Lindt are all non-dairy, with no milk added. Many other dark chocolate varieties are dairy-free as well, just make sure to read your labels!
How many peanuts come in a box of slabs?
Each fundraising packs contains 12 bars each of Peanut Slab and 6 each of Coconut, Hokey Pokey, Creamy Milk and Almond Gold (flavours subject to change depending on availability). Come and get them New Zealand! Each Fundraising Pack contains 36 Slabs.
How many grams is a slab of peanuts?
There are 80 calories in 1 serving (15 g) of Whittaker’s Peanut Slab (Mini Size).
What chocolate are gluten free?
Without further ado, let us run through the top ten gluten-free chocolate bars:
- Cadbury. You might be delighted to learn that most of Cadbury’s products are, in fact, gluten-free. …
- Galaxy Minstrels. …
- Lindt. …
- Daim Bar. …
- Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. …
- Kinder Chocolate. …
- Snickers. …
Who is Whittaker’s target market?
Whittaker has historically targeted male consumers aged between 18 and 24 years. This has been because the company produces premium products which are targeted at a consumer group of young and sophisticated people in the New Zealand market (Vandevijvere, Aitken, and Swinburn 2018, p. 14).