Country of Origin: Mexico
Ingredients: Sugar, chocolate, nonfat milk, cocoa butter, whey, milkfat, vegetable oils, and less than 1% percent of soy lecithin, artificial and natural flavors, pgpr (emulsifier)
Allergy Info: Contains Milk and Soy Lecithin. Made on equipment that also processes nuts, peanuts and wheat
Carlos V Chocolate Bars received their name from “Carlos V”, who was King of Spain who introduced chocolate to the courts of Europe. Known as the “King” of bars in Mexico, Carlos V was first introduced in Mexico in the 1970s and is now one of the most popular chocolate bars in Mexico.
Post Card: Known as the “King of Chocolates” in Mexico, Carlos V chocolates are named after King Carlos V of Spain, the monarch who first introduced chocolate to the courts of Europe
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