Hobby was launched in 1973 and was originally intended as a small and affordable chocolate for children. It weighed only 12 grams and quickly became a huge success. In 1977 it was sold as many as 30 million Hobby in Norway.
Hobby consists of a layer soft, lightweight foam and a layer of jelly with banana flavor coated with milk chocolate. A sweet thing, in other words.
- Heat notice
Sugar, glucose syrup, water, Powdered milk, sorbitol, cocoa butter, invert sugar, cocoa mass, gelling agents (gelatin, agar), emulsifiers (soy lecithin, e471), acids (lactic acid), hydrochloric acid , dyes (e100, e120) and aromas (including vanillin).
Allergens MILK SOYA May contain traces of: nuts
Nutritional content per 100 grams
Energy: 1550 kj Calories: 370 kcal Fat: 9.4 g Saturated fat: 5.6 g Carbohydrates: 64 g Sugars: 57 g Protein: 3.7 g Salt: 0.1 g
We strongly advise our customers to not order products that are sensitive to high or low temperatures – if customer lives in an hot or cold location. Most products are ment to be stored in 18 – 22 celicius (68 – 71 fahrenheit). Norwegian Foodstore are not responsible for products melted or otherwise damaged by heat or cold, outside the temperature range stated, in the customers location.
If you buy a product that can be shipped at room temperature, but otherwise is in need of refrigeration, such as for example; brown cheese, mayonnaise and cheese in a tube, cool products down completely before consuming and keep refrigerated. The products are fine after beeing refrigerated.