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Nissin Foods Choco Flakes Mild Bitter Chocolate 65g

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Nissin Foods Choco Flakes Mild Bitter Chocolate 65g
Regular price $3.99 USD
Indulge your taste buds with Nissin's Choco Flakes, lavishly coated in Mild Bitter Chocolate. Immaculately produced in Japan, each 65g packet is a confluence of crispy golden corn flakes and exquisite chocolate sourced from the finest cocoa beans of Ecuador and Ghana. A generous dash of whole milk powder adds a creamy texture, making every bite a gastronomical delight.

  • Exotic Taste: The combination of mild bitter chocolate derived from 98% Ecuadorian and 2% Ghanaian cocoa beans is a symphony of flavors in your mouth.
  • Healthy Ingredients: These delicious flakes are fortified with iron pyrophosphate and calcium carbonate, ensuring a dose of health with taste.
  • Snacking Convenience: Packaged in a compact, easy-to-carry packet, this snack is your perfect partner for on-the-go cravings, offering a quick and satisfying fix anytime, anywhere.


Experience the richness of chocolate and the crunchiness of cornflakes coming together in Nissin's Choco Flakes - a treat that's hard to beat!

* This product may melt on countries with high temperatures, buy at your own risk.

Ingredients: Corn flakes (corn grits (American), sugar, salt), sugar, cacao mass (cocoa beans: 98% Ecuador, 2% Ghana), vegetable oil, cocoa powder, whole milk powder/calcium carbonate, emulsifier (soybeans) origin), fragrance, iron pyrophosphate

Instant noodles were first created by Momofuku Ando of Nissin Foods in Japan in 1958. They were initially launched under the brand name Chikin Ramen. After months of trial and error experimentation to perfect his flash-frying method, Ando marketed the first package of precooked instant noodles on August 25, 1958. The original chicken flavor was called Chikin Ramen. Initially, it was considered a luxury item with a price of ¥35, which was around six times the price of traditional udon and soba noodles at the time.

In 1971, Nissin introduced Cup Noodles, which are dried noodle blocks in a polystyrene cup. In Japan, they are referred to as Cup Ramen. Instant noodles are marketed worldwide under many brand names. Some Japanese instant noodle manufacturers use "Ramen" as a descriptor for instant noodle flavors.

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