SAETRE MARIE (KJEKS)
Mariekjeks is one of Sætre's oldest brands, and was launched as early as 1900.
Now the family favorite from Sætre is baked with sunflower oil instead of palm oil. Sætre Mariekjeks is popular with Norwegian consumers, and we can assure you that it still has the same good, well-known taste!
Did you know that Mariekjeks is named after the Russian Tsar Alexander's daughter, Maria? Ladybugs were first made in 1875 in England. Prince Alfred, son of Queen Victoria of England, married Mary, the daughter of Russian Tsar Alexander. In honor of the big event, the English biscuit factory Peak Frans produced its own wedding biscuit which they named Marie, after the tsar's daughter. The biscuit was a great success and shortly after, Mariekjeks were produced in several other countries.
Marie is the name of a special type of biscuit, regardless of brand. Therefore, all biscuit manufacturers can use this name.
Flour, sugar, sunflower oil 11%, glucose-fructose syrup, raising agents (baking soda, salt horns) salt, flavorings (including. Vanillin).
Store in a cool dry place.
Note: Ingredients and labels may change without notice and translation and/or typographical errors are possible. Therefore consumers are advised to check the ingredient lists on the package for substances that might be incompatible with them BEFORE ingestion. The European Parliament directives and amendments pertaining to compulsory food labeling can vary depending on the item in question and producers are not always required to provide a detailed and complete listing of all ingredients. When in doubt contact the manufacturer before consuming this item.