Lindt: Hello Chocolate | Cookie
Lindt: Hello Chocolate | Cookie
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Lindt: Hello Chocolate | Cookie


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HELLO goes vegan! In the usual quality of our Maître Chocolatiers, five new varieties from the HELLO table family present themselves. In stylishly designed packaging made of grass paper, the vegan Tafel Cookie comes and offers a really delicious alternative to whole milk chocolate. High-quality cookie pieces are wrapped in the finest Lindt chocolate based on oat drink and offer an incomparable taste experience for young and old. Cocoa product with oat drink powder (20%), almond paste (9%) and dark pastries (10%). Made in Switzerland.

Because I'm not just vegan: I'm Lindt HELLO Vegan! And we all know what that means: delicate melting, mild oat drink and first-class cocoa. I am Cookies, Salted Caramel, Sweet'n Salty Popcorn and Roasted Salty Almonds. And now also awarded the VEGAN FOOD AWARD by PETA as the "Best Vegan Chocolate." WOW!

Ingredients: sugar, oat drink powder (oat syrup (70%), maltodextrin), cocoa butter, cocoa mass, almonds, wheat flour, sunflower oil, low-fat cocoa powder, emulsifier (soy lecithin), natural flavors, raising agents (potassium, ammonium hydrogen and sodium hydrogen carbonate), salt.

About Lindt: Lindt & Sprüngli is one of the few chocolate manufacturers to produce chocolate products from the "bean to the bar" - from the selection of cocoa varieties to the procurement of cocoa beans and the production of cocoa mass to the finished product. High-quality cocoa beans are the heart of our chocolates. Therefore, Lindt & Sprüngli has set up its own sustainability program for cocoa beans: the Lindt & Sprüngli Farming Program. The cocoa beans in Lindt & Sprüngli's chocolates come from the Farming Program. The aim of the program is to create a dignified and resilient livelihood for current and future cocoa farmers and their families and to sustainably intensify agriculture. This is to be achieved through higher farm productivity, diversified household income, the preservation of biodiversity and natural ecosystems, the reduction of the risk of child labor and improved infrastructure in communities.