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  • Home | Napoleon
    sherbet centre this is a delicious sweet that you can enjoy for a long time Also available as smaller sweets in a handy bag to take anywhere More about this flavour Cola A lively burst of colour and flavour Choose a new flavour each time from the colourful mix of fruity bonbons A feast for the eyes with a choice of delicious orange apple cherry lemon and pineapple flavours More about this flavour Fruit mix Packed with flavour and energy This new variety not only features the delicious and recognisable flavour of an energy drink but also taurine caffeine and B vitamins It gives you energy Also available as smaller sweets in a handy bag to take anywhere More about this flavour Energy For true salmiak lovers Once you ve started you can t stop Sweet on the outside with a punchy burst of salmiak at the centre this bonbon is not for the faint hearted Also available as smaller sweets in a handy bag to take anywhere More about this flavour Black and White The raspberry candy reminiscent of fun fairs With a delicious fruity raspberry flavour and a sweet sherbet centre this candy is made according to a traditional recipe Smaller in size but tastier than the flavour you know from the fun fair More about this flavour Raspberry The unforgettable flavour One of a kind for the genuine liquorice fan The familiar delicious flavour but a longer lasting experience A hard liquorice bonbon with a liquorice sherbet centre A treat for the taste buds More about this flavour Liquorice NAPOLEON FACEBOOK Are you also a fan of Napoleon candies Join the Napoleon Facebook page facebook com OfficialNapoleon NAPOLEON ON HYVES Talk to your friends about Napoleon on Hyves Hyves ANYWHERE AND ANYTIME Necklace During design week a

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  • How it started | Napoleon
    baker to produce sweets In the cellar of his bakery In Den Gouden Bol he produced the delicious sweets that we still know as Napoleon candies almost 100 years later The delicious sweets was well appreciated by the citizens of Antwerp and therefore needed to be given a name When a friend and chocolatier boasted over a drink in a café about his new chocolate truffle which he had given the name Caesar Louis announced Then I will call my sweets Napoleon Little did he know then that 100 years on his sweets would be hugely popular under this very same name More about 100 years of Napoleon PDF From Antwerp to Breskens Little more was heard of the Caesar chocolate truffle whereas Napoleon became a household name Over the years the golden bonbons by Janssen the baker became more and more popular Once the factory in the heart of Antwerp had grown so large that it threatened to burst at the seams Napoleon relocated to a larger factory Production moved to Schelle a small city 15 km to the south west of Antwerp In 2003 Napoleon moved again this time to Breskens in Zeeland Flanders An ever expanding range

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  • How it started | Napoleon
    baker to produce sweets In the cellar of his bakery In Den Gouden Bol he produced the delicious sweets that we still know as Napoleon candies almost 100 years later The delicious sweets was well appreciated by the citizens of Antwerp and therefore needed to be given a name When a friend and chocolatier boasted over a drink in a café about his new chocolate truffle which he had given the name Caesar Louis announced Then I will call my sweets Napoleon Little did he know then that 100 years on his sweets would be hugely popular under this very same name More about 100 years of Napoleon PDF From Antwerp to Breskens Little more was heard of the Caesar chocolate truffle whereas Napoleon became a household name Over the years the golden bonbons by Janssen the baker became more and more popular Once the factory in the heart of Antwerp had grown so large that it threatened to burst at the seams Napoleon relocated to a larger factory Production moved to Schelle a small city 15 km to the south west of Antwerp In 2003 Napoleon moved again this time to Breskens in Zeeland Flanders An ever expanding range

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  • Anywhere and anytime | Anywhere and anytime
    That s what Napoleon is all about Our sweets are for everyone who loves delicious sweet confectionary that is steeped in tradition and produced to a high quality On the move or in the comfort of your home always sweet on the outside with a refreshing centre In a variety of flavours with something for everyone So there s a good reason why our slogan is There s a Napoleon

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  • Promotions | Napoleon
    to raise awareness of our sweets amongst a wide audience they are regularly promoted And whether you find our Napoleon candys on display or you come across our promotional teams with new products we attract attention TV commercials Commercials have regularly been broadcast on television over the past few years Napoleon Black and White and Liquorice Napoleon Tropical Sweet Napoleon Energy Napoleon Lempur Advertisements You can mainly find our advertisements

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  • How are Napoleon candies made? | Napoleon
    the sweets actually made Weighing The first step is to weigh out and mix together the basic ingredients which we will not disclose for obvious reasons Our automated weighing system and electronically controlled mixing system ensure that the quality of the mixture is always the same So that all our bonbons taste always delicious Boiling We take the basic mixture produced after the weighing and mixing and boil it at a high temperature This boiling is still carried out according to a completely traditional method in large copper kettles We boil it just long enough for almost all the moisture to evaporate from the basic mixture Mixing We add other ingredients to the boiled syrupy basic mixture acid salt and colourings and flavourings Once we have mixed everything together thoroughly we allow the dough that has now been produced to cool to around 80 C on a conveyer belt Shaping We fill the dough with powder How we do this will remain our secret A machine then shapes the dough into a long round string and the dough is then chopped into small pieces at lightning speed A large roller then shapes the pieces of dough with the powder centre

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  • Only the best | Napoleon
    Cola Sinaspur FAQ General Energy Fun Contact ABOUT NAPOLEON How it started Anywhere and anytime Promotions How are Napoleon candies made Only the best Only the best Meeting the wishes and expectations of our customers Enabling people to enjoy our delicious sweets That s what drives us every day We can only achieve this if all our products meet the very highest quality standards To ensure this we operate in

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  • Tropical | Napoleon
    handy bag to take anywhere Hard boiled confectionary with the flavour of an energydrink with B vitamins Ingredients sugar glucose syrup dextrose acid citric acid acidity regulator sodium biocarbonate natural flavouring taurine vitamins B3 B5 B6 B12 burned sugar syrup caffeine colour curcumin Nutritional values Per 100 g Portion of GDA per portion Energy 385 kcal 1625 kJ 25 kcal 105 kJ 1 Total fat 0 0 g 0 0 g 0 Of which saturated 0 0 g 0 0 g 0 Total protein 0 0 g 0 0 g 0 Carbohydrates 94 5 g 6 2 g 2 4 Of which sugars 68 0 g 4 5 g 5 Salt sodium 0 007 g 0 4 mg 0 Vitamin B3 Vitamin B5 Vitamin B6 4 0 mg 100 g 1 7 mg 100 g 0 5 mg 100 g 25 28 35 of the recommended daily allowance 1 candy weighs 6 6 grams 1 Napoleon Mini weighs 3 3 grams Energy For true salmiak lovers Once you ve started you can t stop Sweet on the outside with a punchy burst of salmiak at the centre this bonbon is not for the faint hearted Also available as smaller sweets in a handy bag to take anywhere Hard boiled candies filled with salty liquorice Ingredients sugar glucose syrup ammonium chloride 4 5 liquorice powder liquorice extract burnt sugar syrup dextrose Nutritional values Per 100 g Portion per portion Energy 365 kcal 1565 kJ 25 kcal 105 kJ 1 Total fat 0 0 g 0 0 g 0 Of which saturated 0 0 g 0 0 g 0 Carbohydrates 91 5 g 6 0 g 2 3 Of which sugars 64 5 g 4 2 g 4 7 Total protein 0 0 g 0 0 g 0 Salt sodium 0 007 g 0 4 mg 0 1 candy weighs 6 6 grams 1 Napoleon Mini weighs 3 3 grams Black and White The raspberry candy reminiscent of fun fairs With a delicious fruity raspberry flavour and a sweet sherbet centre this candy is made according to a traditional recipe Smaller in size but tastier than the flavour you know from the fun fair Hard boiled candies with raspberry flavour filled with a sweet powder Ingredients sugar glucose syrup dextrose acid citric acid natural flavourings acidity regulator sodium bicarbonate black carrot extract Nutritional values Per 100 gram Portion per portion Energy 385 kcal 1635 kJ 25 kcal 110 kJ 1 Total fat 0 0 g 0 0 g 0 Of which saturated 0 0 g 0 0 g 0 Carbohydrates 94 5 g 6 2 g 2 4 Of which sugars 68 0 g 4 5 g 5 Total protein 0 0 g 0 0 g 0 Salt sodium 0 007 g 0 4 mg 0 1 piece weighs 6 6 g Raspberry The unforgettable flavour One of a kind for the genuine liquorice fan The familiar delicious flavour but a longer lasting experience A hard liquorice bonbon with a liquorice sherbet

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