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EAN-130000030005068   EAN-13 barcode 0000030005068
UPC-A000030005068   UPC-A barcode 000030005068
Product NameCachou Lajaunie - Hard Licorice Candies From France, 8 Tins 8x0.25oz
LanguageEnglish
CategoryFood
Short Description6Grams
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B002Q2TDPI
Weight0.96 ounces    (convert)
BindingMisc.
Features
  • Imported straight from France
  • Licorice breath freshners
  • Hard licorice tablets
Long DescriptionThese tiny licorice based candies are still made in Toulouse, southwestern France, where they were invented by the pharmacist Leon Lajaunie in 1890. Don't let their size fool you: these French hard licorice candies are extraordinarily strong, a result of the mint extract which is added to the licorice, and are a powerful breath-freshener. The trademark small yellow tin was invented by a clock-maker friend of Lajaunie, who designed it to fit in a watch-pocket. Warning: Excessive consumption of licorice can affect blood pressure, IOP (intra ocular pressure), and potassium levels. Cachou Lajaunie hard licorice tablets are imported from France
Created07-01-2006
Modified09-21-2017 9:01:35pm
MD5ba965eee8866e5f2c96dac4eee52090a
SHA256f4226c52fb9c102e4baba95e4a948f47e5b0df69bc989be9c23e131d4ae5ecf9
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