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Truede sugar free rose flavor Turkish Delight

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Nicly packedsugar free Turkish Delight is a great gift idea for a person on a sugar free diet. Turkish Delight Truede is produced in traditional Turkish produce, all sweets of this brand are gluten free and suitable for vegetarians.

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Weight net. 110g.; 20,56 pln/100g.

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Sugar free Turkish Delight

Rose flavored Turkish Delight Truede is hand-crafted in a traditional Turkish factory based on a recipe that counts over 100 years - only without a gram of sugar, which is 37% less calorie than traditional Turkish Delight.

History of Turkish Delight

The Turkish Delight dates back 500 years before the Ottoman Empire, which makes this unique sweet treat one of the oldest sweets in the world. There are many legends related to the origins and origins of the crooked limbs, one of which is recalled by Sultan Abdul Hamis, who was not considered a particularly talented warrior, but found himself in a relationship with women believing that the path to their heart was through his stomach; Wishing to meet the expectations and expectations of his four wives and his chosen guests in numerous harems, he brought to the Empire of the best confectioners and instructed them to prepare the dessert so delicious because he reconciled the quarrelsome people and ensured peace in the harem - so Lokum was born, The quarrels in the harem ceased and the sultan considered the new dessert so delicious and stimulating that he had been at his table every day, and his popularity had swept the whole Empire. In the nineteenth century, a British traveler discovered a place - but could not remember and / or pronounce his name brought them to Europe under the name Turkish Delight - which means as much as 'Turkish delicacy'.

The Turkish Delight was very popular and famous. Pablo Picasso, and in Winston Churchill and Napoleon preferred Turkish Delight stuffed with pistachios.

Today, Turkish Delight is next to bachlava and halva, most often brought culinary souvenir from holidays in Turkey and became a snack popular in the West especially during Christmas. In Poland, the traditional dessert, especially in the eastern regions, is the Panska Skorka, which is sometimes referred to as the Polish equivalent of the Turkish Delight.

Porcja 10 g W 100 g
Energy value
kcal 23.50  kcal 235.00  kcal
Energy value 98.47 984.65
Fats, 0.00 0.00
Saturated fats 0.00 0.00
Trans fats
Monounsaturated fats
Polyunsaturated fats
Carbohydrates, 8.50 85.00
sugars 0.00 0.00
polyols 7.60 76.00
Protein 0.00 0.00
Fiber 0.30 3.00
Sodium 0.00 0.00
Salt equivalent 0.00 0.00

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Truede Sugar Free Rose Flavour Turkish Delight with sweeteners

Net weight: 110g

Ingredients: sweetener: maltitol syrup and isomalt, corn starch, inulin from chicory root, water, natural rose aroma, acidity regulator citric acid, natural colorant (anthocyanins). Excessive consumption can have a laxative effect - daily intake of an adult should not exceed 35g-40g.

Nutritional values per 100g:  energy value 984kJ/235kcal, fat 0g (including saturated fatty acids 0g), 85g carbohydrates (including sugars 0g, polyols 76g), protein 0g, 3g fiber, salt 0mg

Manufactured in Turkey for Truede Ltd, Coventry University, Techno Park, Puma Way, Coventry, CV1 2TT, United Kingdom

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