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Honey for young and old

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Quantity: 70 g
( € 6,86 / 100 g)
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A honey-good taste experience for both young and old. Made with honey and ten important vitamins. The best honeys give these bears their great taste. Refined with cherry, passion fruit and lemon – a fruity, honey-good taste experience for both young and old. No added colouring.
Glucose syrup, sugar, gelatine, honey 5g/100g, acidifier: citric acid, vitamins: Niacin, vitamin E, vitamin B6, vitamin B1, biotin, flavours, coconut l, juice concentrates (cherry, lemon, passion fruit), Coating agents: beeswax (white) and carnauba wax, Colouring: carotene.
Nutritional information

Per 100g

% RDA
Vitamin C 75 mg 125%
Niacin 18 mg 100%
Vitamin E 12 mg  120%
Pantothenic acid 8 mg  133%
Vitamin B6 1,7 mg  85%
Vitamin B2 1,7 mg  106%
Vitamin B1 1,4 mg  100%
Biotin 0,4 mg  267%
Folate 200 mg  100%
Vitamin B12 5 mg  500%

 * Recommended daily requirements in percent

 

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