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A carbohydrate product of a seaweed, Macrocystis pyrifera; used as a gel in pharmaceutical preparations.
NaC6H7O6, a purified carbohydrate product extracted from certain species of seaweed. It is used as a food additive and as a pharmaceutical aid.
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Ingredients: Milk chocolate; unsweetened condensed milk; glucose syrup; cream; water; sweetened condensed skimmed milk; sugar; milk fat, vegetable fat; malt extract; skimmed milk powder; fat reduced cocoa; whey powder; emulsifier (E471); stabilisers (E410, E401
, E412, E407); salt; flavouring.
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