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Lindt Assorted Mini Pralines, 6.2 oz. Box

One serving costs about $10.88

approx. $0.11

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The price of a product varies depending on the store, location, current sales, etc., but this product usually costs roughly 11 cents. This amounts to $0 per serving. Attention budgeters: the following products are cheaper than Lindt Assorted Mini Pralines, 6.2 oz. Box: Ritter Sport Chocolate Bar Milk Chocolate Praline Filling , 3.5 Oz3. If you're still making up your mind, you might want to take a look at these products too: Aunt Sally's Creole Pralines Creamy Chocolate Pralines 12 Pack, Heaton Pecans, Chocolate-Covered, Oven Roasted/ Salted, and Praline, Ritter Sport Chocolate Bar Milk Chocolate Praline Filling , 3.5 Oz3, and Community Coffee Pecan Praline Pods for Keurig K-cups 18 Count.

34 Ingredients

sugar, cocoa butter, milk, chocolate, hazelnuts, milkfat, almonds, skim milk, dextrose, lactose, glucose syrup (from wheat), emulsifier (soy lecithin, sunflower lecithin), wheat flour, sweetened condensed milk, cream, coffee, invert sugar, raspberry puree, lemon juice concentrate, barley malt powder, natural and artificial flavors, low fat cocoa powder, cherry juice, salt, coconut oil, color added (radish, spirulina, black currant, apple concentrates), caramel sugar syrup

This product should be egg free, msg free, peanut free, no artificial colors, no artificial flavors, and no artificial ingredients.

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Nutritional Information

150 Calories
2g Protein
10g Total Fat
16g Carbs
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