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Chocolate Orange Gingerbread Men

A mouth-watering chocolate and orange festive treat. 

£3.95
PLU 1462

Key Facts

  • CountryEngland
  • RegionLondon
  • Weight100g
  • Weight TypeMin

Store & Serve

  • StorageStore in airtight container away from direct sunlight

Nutrition

  • IngredientsFlour (Wheat), Sugar, Vegetable Fat, Golden Syrup, Black Treacle (Sulphites), (Egg), Natural Orange Flavour, Mixed Peel, Cacoa, Ground Gingermixed Spice.
  • AllergensWheat, Sulphites, Egg

Nutritional Information

  • Typical Valuesper 100g
  • Energy kJ1599
  • Energy kcal380
  • Fat12.2
  • Of which saturates6.6
  • Carbohydrates61
  • Of which sugars34
Name & address of food supplier

Paxton & Whitfield Ltd, 93 Jermyn Street, London SW1Y 6JE

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Moreish Chocolate Orange Gingerbread Men

Hawkens Chocolate Orange Gingerbread Men are dark in colour and rich in flavourproviding a gentle warming of gingerbread spice and a touch of orange, perfect for a festive treat. 

Using only the highest quality of ingredients Hawkens Gingerbread have created the perfect flavour combination of chocolate and orange. The gingerbread has a warming spice blend that has been created not to overpower the natural orange flavour and rich chocolate taste of the 100% cacao. Orange peel and crystalised ginger pieces have been incorporated to give texture and bite to the biscuit.

Hawkens Gingerbread is an artisan producer of high-quality gingerbread products. Alastair Hawken saved Grantham Gingerbread from becoming confined to the history books when they learned that the production of the biscuit for which their town had always been famous for, had fallen out of production. Alastair set about baking, without a recipe and after much experimenting, failing, refining and focus group taste testing, the product came back to market and has become the success it is today.