Reese”s Peanut Butter Cups are an American candy consisting of a milk, white, or dark chocolate cup filled with peanut cream, crunchy peanuts and creamy caramel, marketed by The Hershey Company.
Created in 1928 (over 90 years old!) This candy was brewed in the basement of Reese”s house in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Reese had worked at a Hershey dairy farm, and from the beginning I had used Hershey Chocolate in their patisseries. Reese”s peanut butter cups were his most popular candy, and Reese ended up discontinuing his other lines.
MILK chocolate flavour coating (40%) [sugar*, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, vegetable oil (palm oil, shea oil, sunflower oil, palm kernel oil, and/or safflower oil), skimmed MILK powder, lactose (MILK), MILK fat, whey powder (MILK), emulsifiers (SOYA lecithin* (E322), polyglycerol polyricinoleate (E476), artificial flavour (vanillin), PEANUTS (26%), PEANUT BUTTER (17%) [PEANUTS, sugar*, dextrose, salt, corn syrup*, antioxidant (TBHQ (E319)), caramel (17%) [high fructose corn syrup*, high maltose corn syrup*, sweetener, sorbitol (E420i), sugar*, palm kernel oil, whey powder (MILK), whey protein concentrate (MILK), calcium caseinate (MILK), salt, acidity regulator (trisodium citrate, artificial vanilla flavour, emulsifier (mono- and diglycerides (E471). *Produced from genetically modified sugar beets, corn and soya beans
see ingredients in UPPERCASE.
Store in a cool, dry place (16 ° C to 18 ° C).
Country of Origin:
United States of America
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