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Wholesome Date Syrup Confection


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Posted 20 March 2005 - 10:29 AM

I've forgotten the brand name - not an auspicious start :lol:

It has seeds in - "perhaps" :P sesame to my vague recollection

It doesn't have that characteristic sour flavour because of the date syrup

Those are the only two ingredients.

It is made in Egypt

It is totally organic.

It is imported by a company somewhere in or near Enfield I think.

I've only come across it twice, in a railway station and a corner shop.

It costs about 80p or upwards.

You get three thin pieces in the packet.

Michael
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Posted 20 March 2005 - 01:41 PM

Michael, are you trying to get our help in thinking of the brand name? Or did you want to recommend it, since it's gluten-free?
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Posted 21 March 2005 - 10:36 AM

Begging your pardon. The latter.

I'm at a peculiar "anything that's alright for me means a lot" stage but also got disoriented.

Can get one again & keep the wrapper and post the name.

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Posted 02 May 2005 - 03:43 PM

:P

Bought at the coffee kiosk in Birmingham's University railway station (also at a corner shop some miles from there)

Name: Orasco Organics
178 Port Said Street
Cairo
Egypt

Product: Organic Sesame Bar with Date Syrup
56g.

Ingredients: Sesame seeds 55%, date syrup 40%, sugar 5%

UK distributor: Andutra Ltd
Warlies Park House
EN9 3SL

e-mail: info@andutra.co.uk

High in calcium, iron, fibre & protein and is even halal.

You get three pieces in the pack.

It was about 80p in the shop, only a few pence more on the railway station.
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