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Reese's Big Cups

  • Classic Reese’s peanut butter taste
  • Made with Hershey’s milk chocolate
  • Suitable for vegetarians and Halal friendly
  • Product of America

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A nice thick layer of the best, super smooth Hersheys chocolate coating a chunky core of sweet peanut butter! The Reese’s Big Cup is a KING Size treat perfect for fans of peanut butter cups that want something a little more chunky to take a bite out of! They are the same tasty Reese’s as the peanut butter cup miniatures only a much more substantial, weighing in at a heavyweight 39g of nutty, chocolatey goodness! If you’ve ever found yourself in a situation where one, two or even three Reese’s Peanut Butter Cupss isn’t quite enough, you’ll love the Big Cup.

The Reese’s Big Cup is a delicious, vegetarian friendly and Halal treat but it does contain nuts, milk and soy, so if you have a related allergy, unfortunately, these won’t be suitable for you.

Reese’s Big Cup Ingredients:

Milk Chocolate (Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Chocolate, Nonfat MilkMilkfat, Lactose (from Milk), Emulsifiers (Soy Lecithin, E476)), Peanuts, Sugar, Dextrose, Salt, Preservative (E319).

Information on allergies: All Allergens are underlined and bold to make them easy to see!

Reese’s Big Cup Nutrition Information:

Macronutrient Serving Per 100g
Calories 200kcal 513kcal
Energy 837kJ 2146kJ
Fat 12g 31g
Saturated Fat 4g 10g
Carbohydrates 22g 56g
Sugar 19g 49g
Protein 5g 13g
Salt 0.38g 0.98g
Sodium 150mg 385mg

We may be a sweet and candy shop but we’d like to mention that Reese’s Big Cups are best enjoyed in moderation as part of a balanced diet.

A Reese’s Fact:

Harry Burnett “H.B.” Reese founded the H.B Reese Candy Company (if you couldn’t tell from his surname). Originally he worked for the Hershey’s company who make the chocolate they are coated in. Eventually, after the second world war in roughly, 1950 Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups became an enormous success, Harry Burnett Reese decided to leave the Hershey business and focus on making his ‘penny cups’ a success.

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