Genuinely Swiss - genuinely good: the fine, chocolat cookies from Midor literally melt in your mouth.
Everyone knows our bear paws. But where does this curious name actually come from? Very simple: the bear is a Swiss heraldic animal and in the past, symbols from the coat of arms were often used for pastries. Here, it was simply not the whole bear that gave its name, but only its paw.
Midor only uses eggs from free-range farming and thus sets a high standard in food production.
Sugar, wheat flour, vegetable oils and fats (palm, rapeseed, palm kernel, sunflower, coconut), hazelnuts, low-fat cocoa, glucose-fructose syrup, invert sugar syrup, whole milk powder, protein powder (from flooring), humectant: sorbitol, cocoa mass, almonds, spices, flavours, raising agent: E 503, cooking salt, rice flour, emulsifier: soya lecithins, barley malt.
In 100g includes: Energy value 1800 kJ (429 kcal); fat 15g, thereof saturated fatty acids 4.5g; carbohydrates 65g, thereof sugar 41g; fiber 3g; protein 7g; salt 0.2g
May contain sesame seeds.