Regal’ad are soft and chewy, fruit-flavored candies that melt in your mouth. Their name comes from the verb “régaler”, which means to “enjoy”, particularly as it pertains to enjoying food. These sweets were first invented in 1961 by the French candy maker Kréma. Since then, they’ve been a beloved candy by kids and adults alike. Each pack contains an assortment of different flavors: lemon, cherry, strawberry, raspberry, orange and apricot.
Size: 150g (5.3 oz)
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Sugar, glucose syrup, palm oil, gelatin, citric acid, flavoring, concentrated fruit juices, colors (E160c, E161b), emulsifier: sunflower lecithin. May contain milk.