Country of Origin: Canada
Ingredients: Milk chocolate (sugar, cocoa butter, milk powder, skim milk powder, cocoa mass, soy and/or sunflower lecithin vanillin), skim milk powder, sugar, modified (vegetable, palm) fats, anhydrous milk fat, soy and/or sunflower lecithin, vanillin
Allergy Info: Contains milk and soy
The Kinder Surprise is a chocolate egg introduced in 1972 by Ferrero. The chocolate egg itself consists of a milk chocolate layer with layer of white chocolate directly under it. The egg is hollow inside except for plastic parts, packaged within a plastic container, that can be assembled to make a toy. Originally marketed towards children, Kinder Surprises are also popular with adults who collect the toys inside. Due to the 1938 Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act which prevents "non-nutritive" items in confections, the Kinder Surprise is banned in the United States but are available in Canada.
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