Lindt - Pralines Du Confiseur

Lindt - Pralines Du Confiseur


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Zucker, Kakaobutter, Kakaomasse, Vollmilchpulver, Mandeln, pflanliche Fette, Buterreinfett, Milchzucker, Magermilchpulver, Haselnüsse, gezuckerte Kondensmilch, Glucoseirup, Invertzuckersirup, Feuchthaltemittel (Sorbitsirup, Invertase), Kaffee, Emulgator Sojalecithin, Butter, Rahm, Kirsch, Eiweiss, Weizenmehl, Orangenschalen, Pistazien, Kakaokerne, fettarmes Kakaopulver, Gerstenmalzextrakt, Aromen, Orangensaftkonzentrat, Alkohol, Farbstofe (Kurkumin, E141, E160b, E171), modifizierte Stärke, Maltodextrin, Kartoffelstärke, färbende Pflanzenextrakte (Paprika, Spinat), Weizenstärke, Stabilisator E451, Vanille, färbendes Konzentrat (Kürbis, Apel), Backtriebmittel E500, Säuerungsmittel Zitronensäure.
Product barcode '7610400075329' is produced in Switzerland .
Barcode Kilocalories per 100 grams Fat in 100 g. Protein in 100 grams carbohydrates in 100 grams Consumed quantity by default ( grams )
7610400075329
561.00 36.00 2.60 51.00 100.00
In the product were found:
No nutrients found.
E160b (E 100-199 Dyes)
Name : Annatto, bixin, norbixin
Group : Dangerous
Warning : Risk of allergies and eczema
Comment : Dangerous. Recommended to avoid its use. Red dye. Derived from a tree (Bixa orellana). It is used for coloring and body tissues. Aids digestion and expectoration. Used for coloring cheese, butter, margarine, cereals, snacks, soaps, textiles and nail polish. Can cause urticaria.
- (E 900-999 Other)
Name : Fructose-glucose syrup
Group : Dangerous
Warning : Consumption in large quantities is dangerous to health. The liver fails to process it instantly into energy and converts it into fat. Increases the risk of cardiovascular problems, insulin resistance and diabetes.
Comment : Provides the body with only calories without minerals, vitamins and other nutrients.
E420 (E 400-499 Tires, thickeners, stabilizers and emulsifiers)
Name : sorbitol
Group : Suspicious
Warning : Laxative effect!
Comment : Sweetener which is prepared by a synthetic route from glucose or fruit. Used in sucking sweets, dried fruits, confectionery, sweets, low calorie foods, medicinal syrups, drops, and is one of the most commonly used preservatives in cosmetics. Can cause digestive disorders.
E451 (E 400-499 Tires, thickeners, stabilizers and emulsifiers)
Name : triphosphate
Group : Suspicious
Warning : No evidence of adverse effects.
Comment : No evidence of adverse effects.
E1103 (E 1000 - 1599 Additional chemicals)
Name : invertase
Group : Suspicious
Warning : May cause allergies
Comment : No evidence of adverse effects.
E141 (E 100-199 Dyes)
Warning : No evidence of adverse side effects
Comment : Dyes oil. No evidence of adverse effects
E171 (E 100-199 Dyes)
Name : titanium dioxide
Group : Safe
Warning : No evidence of adverse side effects
Comment : White dye used in toothpaste, white paints. No evidence of adverse effects.
E322 (E 300-399 Antioxidants, minerals and acidity regulators)
Name : Lecithin
Group : Safe ,Not suitable for vegetarians
Warning : High doses can lead to stomach disorders, appetite suppression, and heavy sweating.
Comment : Prepared from soybean, egg yolk, peanut, corn, or animal sources. It is not toxic, but in high doses may lead to gastric disturbances, appetite suppression, and diaphoresis. Used to support the fats in margarine and also in chocolate, mayonnaise, milk.
E330 (E 300-399 Antioxidants, minerals and acidity regulators)
Name : citric acid
Group : Safe
Warning : No evidence of adverse effects.
Comment : Used to acidification of food products. Derived from citrus fruits. Found in biscuits, frozen fish, cheese and other dairy products, infant food, cakes, soups, rye bread, soft drinks, fermented meat products.
E500 (E 500-599 Mineral salts, pH regulators and humectants)
Name : Sodium bicarbonate
Group : Safe
Warning : No evidence of adverse effects.
Comment : Soda. In small amounts, no side effects.
- (E 900-999 Other)
Name : maltodextrin
Group : Safe
Warning : Be avoided by people with gluten intolerance.
Comment : Artificial sweetener. Obtained from the carbohydrates of rice, corn, potatoes, barley. Can be derived naturally from nature, it is considered unnecessary - approved as a food additive in food.