After Eight Limited Edition Mint & Orange Flavour Thins 200g
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After Eights re-invented for a new generation". utalkmarketing.com. 27 September 2007. Archived from the original on 3 September 2015 . Retrieved 3 September 2015. Mint Munchies [..] are being changed into the After Eight brand. [..] "New After Eight bitesize combines the popular Mint Munchies product with the strength of the After Eight brand." Mint Munchies join After Eight brand" [ dead link], irn-talkingshop.co.uk. Article dated 13 October 2006. Retrieved 2007-01-13.
Biscuits – The newest addition to the After Eight family, these combine dark chocolate with mint in a biscuit. Easter bunny – During Easter time Nestlé releases an After Eight Dark Chocolate Easter Bunny. It does not have a mint filling but is made from peppermint flavoured chocolate and comes in the well known After Eight green wrapping Established in 1962, After Eight is crafted with 100% certified sustainable cocoa, sourced through the Nestlé Cocoa Plan in conjunction with the Rainforest Alliance. After Eight uses 100% natural peppermint oil and is free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives. After Eight is now sold in countries around the world, and is especially popular in France, Germany and Spain.Strawberry and Mint – This variation on the thin mints was a special edition for Spring/Summer 2020. 
Our brands - Chocolate and Sweets". nestle.co.uk. Archived from the original on 19 November 2008 . Retrieved 3 September 2015. Mint Munchies [were launched] in 1957, this product changed its name from Mintola to Mint Munchies in June 1995 After Eight are dark mint thins filled with peppermint flavoured fondant cream in a 300 g box made with added Glucose Syrup ( from Wheat and/or Corn). Even though the glucose syrup may come from wheat, the Celiac Foundation states that due to the extensive processing to create the syrup, this ingredient can be considered gluten free. However; multiple commenters mentioned having reactions to After Eights, so if you have a gluten allergy or Celiac Disease, these may not be safe for you. A silver plated 'After 8 Mint' Royal Coach (Mints not supplied) novelty table holder was available from Argos in the UK in the 1980s After Eight Mint Chocolate Thins, often referred to as simply After Eights, are a brand of mint chocolate covered sugar confectionery. They were created by Rowntree Company Limited in the UK in 1962 and have been manufactured by Nestlé since its acquisition of Rowntree in 1988.  Bitesize – Plain chocolate with mint fondant filling, similar in appearance to original Munchies. Originally known as Mintola, then renamed Mint Munchies in 1995,  before being brought under the After Eight brand in 2006.  
Fans have long been asking us for a more formal gifting box, and we are thrilled to be able to bring our brand new Mint Collection to the market this year. When we tested the collection with consumers, the response was incredible, so we're confident it will be a huge hit with mint chocolate lovers everywhere! Let’s find out if this mint chocolate confectionery is gluten-free. Last updated: December 24, 2021 Dark Peppermint & Orange Flavour Fondant – smooth orange and peppermint flavoured fondant coated in a rich layer of dark chocolate
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