By Meiji From Japan

Biscuits with Strawberry Filling by Meiji, 3.4 oz (99 g)

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SKU JP-768

Meiji Rich Strawberry Biscuits are sandwich cookies with a rich strawberry cream filling. Meiji has been around since 1916 as a confectionary and snack brand of Japan. First making biscuits and dairy products, the brand is known for their yummy cookies, delicious chocolate, and innovative snacks.

  • Ingredient: Wheat Flour, Sugar, Shortening (Palm), Cocoa Butter, Whole Milk Power, Palm Oil, Dried Strawberry, Cocoa Powder, Apple Powder, Salt, Leavening, Emulsifier (Soya Lecithin), Artificial Flavor, Rosemary Extract
  • Product Weight: 3.4 oz (99 g)
  • Country of Origin: Japan

Meiji Rich Strawberry Biscuits are sandwich cookies with a rich strawberry cream filling. Meiji has been around since 1916 as a confectionary and snack brand of Japan. First making biscuits and dairy products, the brand is known for their yummy cookies, delicious chocolate, and innovative snacks.

  • Ingredient: Wheat Flour, Sugar, Shortening (Palm), Cocoa Butter, Whole Milk Power, Palm Oil, Dried Strawberry, Cocoa Powder, Apple Powder, Salt, Leavening, Emulsifier (Soya Lecithin), Artificial Flavor, Rosemary Extract
  • Product Weight: 3.4 oz (99 g)
  • Country of Origin: Japan
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