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Marie biscuits first appeared in South Africa as far back as 1898 when the Baumann family acquired a 2nd biscuit-making plant capable of producing ‘fancy biscuits’. It is said, however, that the 1st Marie was first produced in 1895 by British biscuit-maker Peek and Frean, and named in honour of the then Duke of Edinburgh’s bride … “Marie.” The name is generic and used by numerous manufacturers. But one particular Marie stands out. After 120 years in SA, BAKERS Blue Label® Maries are still amongst the biggest selling biscuits in the country, and are enjoyed as much today as they have been always.

Size 200g

Ingredients:
Wheat Flour (Gluten), Sugar, Unhydrogenated Vegetable Oil (Palm Fruit), Butter Syrup (5%) [Sugar, Glucose Syrup, Butter (7%) (Milk), Emulsifiers (E471, E322 (Soya)), Malic Acid], Butter (4%) (Milk), Whey Powder (Milk), Salt, Eggs (2.5%), Raising Agents (Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate), Skimmed Milk Powder, Emulsifier (Sunflower Lecithin, Rice Flour, Anti-Caking Agent (E341)), Flour Improver (Sodium Metabisulphite), Proteolytic Enzyme.

Allergens
• Wheat (Gluten) • Cow’s Milk • Eggs • Soya

Store in a dry place. Once opened, transfer to an air-tight container.

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Baker's Blue Label • Marie Biscuits

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Marie biscuits first appeared in South Africa as far back as 1898 when the Baumann family acquired a 2nd biscuit-making plant capable of producing ‘fancy biscuits’. It is said, however, that the 1st Marie was first produced in 1895 by British biscuit-maker Peek and Frean, and named in honour of ...
  • Manufactured by: Bakers
91 Units in Stock
$5.60

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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 10 January, 2017.