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EAN-130034000008452   EAN-13 barcode 0034000008452
UPC-A034000008452   UPC-A barcode 034000008452
UPC-E03484502   UPC-E barcode 03484502
BrandHershey's
Product NameHERSHEY'S Caramel Topping (14-Ounce Jars, Pack of 6)
LanguageEnglish
CategoryFood
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B0076FM29O
Price New11.88 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Serving Size2 tablespoon
Servings Per10
Calories110
Sodium140 milligrams
Total Carbohydrate27 grams
Sugar24 grams
Protein1 grams
IngredientsSugar); Water;, Modified Cornstarch; Disodium Phosphate; Natural
BindingGrocery
Published02/07/2012
Features
  • Say goodbye to boring desserts with the rich flavor of HERSHEY'S Caramel.
  • Savor the silky smooth texture of this thick caramel topping on sweet treats at home anytime.
  • Remove the lid and heat the caramel in the microwave or on the stove to pour it over dessert.
  • HERSHEY'S Caramel Topping is gluten-free and OU Certified as a Kosher dairy product.
  • This product ships as 14-ounce jars in a pack of 6.
Long DescriptionComplement sweet treats with HERSHEY'S Caramel topping. Say goodbye to boring desserts with the rich flavor of HERSHEY'S Caramel. Savor the silky smooth texture of this thick caramel topping on sweet treats at home anytime. Remove the lid and heat the caramel in the microwave or on the stove to pour it over dessert. HERSHEY'S Caramel Topping is gluten-free and OU Certified as a Kosher dairy product. This product ships as 14-ounce jars in a pack of 6.
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