M & M Peanut Chocolate 180g

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AED 9.95

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Product Description

Milk chocolate (48%) covered peanuts (24%) in a crisp coloured shell

Ingredients

Sugar, Peanuts, Cocoa Mass, Skimmed Milk Powder, Lactose and Milk Proteins, Cocoa Butter, Palm Fat, Milk Fat, Starch, Glucose Syrup, Shea Fat, Emulsifier (Soya Lecithin), Stabiliser (Gum Arabic), Colours (E100, E120, E133, E160a, E160e, E171), Dextrin, Glazing Agent (Carnauba Wax), Salt, Flavourings, Coconut Oil, May contain: Hazelnut, Almond , Milk Chocolate contains Milk Solids 14% minimum, Milk Chocolate contains Vegetable Fats in addition to Cocoa Butter

Nutrition Facts

  • Calories
    511
    25.6%

    Calories

    Calories measure of the amount of energy in food items. Knowing how many calories are in food can help you to balance the energy you put into your body with the energy you use. It's an easy way to maintain a healthy weight. The amount needed depends on the individual, but it's around 2000 calories a day for women and 2500 calories a day for men.

  • Carbs
    59.1 g
    22.7%

    Carbs

    Carbohydrates are one of the most important sources of energy for your body. Your digestive system changes carbs into glucose (blood sugar) and uses it for energy to help your cells and organs function.

  • Fat
    25.3 g
    36.1%

    Fat

    Food can be measured by the amount of fat it contains. Too much fat in your diet, especially saturated fats, can have numerous negative effects on your health. It can lead to high cholesterol levels, which increases the risk of heart disease.

  • Protein
    9.8 g
    19.6%

    Protein

    A vital nutrient found in foods such as meat, milk and eggs. It is essential for cell structure and function. It is important to incorporate protein into every meal.

  • Saturates
    10.2 g
    51.0%

    Saturates

    Saturated or "bad fats" are in beef, pork, chicken skin, butter, cream and cheese. Too much can be bad for our heart and cholesterol levels, but unsaturated or "good fats" in fish, nuts, avocados and some oils can help keep our hearts healthy if eaten in moderation.

  • Salt
    0.1 mg
    0.0%

    Salt

    Do not exceed 3.75 grams of salt a day. Try to avoid adding salt to your food as around 75% of the salt we eat is already in everyday foods such as bread, breakfast cereals and ready meals.

  • Sugar
    53.6 g
    59.6%

    Sugar

    Your daily sugar intake should be limited as too much can lead to tooth decay, heart disease, diabetes and weight gain.

Warnings

May Contain: Almonds, Hazelnuts

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