Crawfords Garibaldi 100g
- Best Before : 10/08/2019
Crawford's Garibaldi Biscuits are best enjoyed with tea or coffee. They are also called dead fly biscuits, because the currants resemble dead flies. This biscuit is named after Giuseppe Garibaldi, an Italian general and leader in the fight to unify Italy. It was first manufactured by Peak Freans in 1861 after Garibaldi visited England.
Currants, wheat flour, vegetable oil, wheat starch, sugar, glucose syrup, detrose monohydrate, dried skimmed milk, lactose, sodium bicarboniate, salt