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Supa Vanilla Tea Cookies 225g
Supa Vanilla Tea Cookies 225g
Supa Vanilla Tea Cookies 225g
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Supa Vanilla Tea Cookies 225g

Pack size : 225g

KES 125.00(Inc. VAT)

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The cookies have a magnificent taste that is sure to complement your taste buds. Add these biscuits to your collection and savour every bite. These delicious cookies are perfect for those light hunger pangs. Perfect to share with family and friends.
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Supa Vanilla Tea Cookies is bring you the ultimate indulgent experience with this traditional recipe. Have a delicious treat with your daily coffee and tea. The cookies have a magnificent taste that is sure to complement your taste buds. Add these biscuits to your collection and savour every bite. These delicious cookies are perfect for those light hunger pangs. Perfect to share with family and friends.

Nutrition facts

Per100PortionType
Average Nutritional Value As Per 45g
Per100Energyinkcal
212kcal
Per100EnergyinkJ
886.16kJ
Per100Protein
3g
Per100Carbohydrates
29g
Per100Sugar
16g
Per100Fat
9g
Per100Sodium
153mg
Sub Type
Cookies
Form
Solid
Category
Food
Flavour
Vanilla

*Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calaries needs

INFORMATION

Ingredients

Unbleached Flour (Wheat Niacin Reduced Iron Thiamine Mononitrate Riboflavin Enzyme Folic Acid) Butter (Sweet Cream Lactic Acid) Cane Sugar Canola Oil Vanilla Flavour (Propylene Glycol Water Sugar Natural Flavours) Ammonium Carbonate.

Allergy Information

Contains Wheat, Gluten, Traces Of Milk.

Storage Condition

Store in a cool and dry place.

Preparation and usage

Ready to eat.

Brand Message

Started in 1970 by the matriarch of the family, Nurzakhanu Akberali Manji together with her husband Akberali Habib Manji, the family first ventured into baking. After selling baked products from home, they managed to get a business license in 1970 to operate the first proper bakery in Port Reitz, Mombasa.