Country of Origin: Mexico
Ingredients: Sugar, wheat flour, vegetable shortening (palm & fractionated palm oil, hydrogenated palm kernel oil, soy lecithin), strawberry filling [sugar, corn syrup, sorbitol, high fructose corn syrup, strawberry puree, dehydrated apple powder, glycerin, pectin, sodium citrate, citric acid, artificial flavor, salt, sodium benzoate (preservative), artificial color (red 40)], cocoa, dextrose, invert sugar, water, nonfat milk, high fructose corn syrup, soy lecithin, iodized salt, citric acid, baking soda, cinnamon, gum arabic, titanium dioxide (artificial color), artificial flavor, pgpr, vitamin a acetate, niacin, vitamin e acetate, zinc oxide, ferrous fumarate, pyridoxine hcl (vitamin b6), riboflavin, thiamin mononitrate, potassium iodide, folic acid, cyanocobalamin (vitamin b12), shellac, ethyl alcohol, sodium propionate (preservative), artificial color (yellow 5, red 40), ferrous sulfate
Allergy Info: Manufactured on equipment that processes products containing egg, pecans and coconut
Gansitos are cookie sandwiches with a strawberry and jelly filling, finished with a chocolate coating. Soft yet crunchy, these cookies are said to go great with coffee. Many people also like to put them in the freezer and consume as a frozen treat. Gansito (which means “little goose” in Spanish) was first created in 1957 and since it’s inception has become an extremely popular snack in Mexico. It’s branding in the country is strong that in a study conducted, 92% of children recognized Gansito’s brand mascot (a cartoon goose), in contrast to only 19% recognition for basic Mexican history dates.
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