|ingredients||Sugar, glucose syrup, water, dry milk, humectant (sorbitol), cocoa butter, invert sugar, cocoa mass, gelling agents (gelatine, agar), emulsifiers (soya lecithin, E471), acids (citric acid, lactic acid), salt, coloring agents (E100, E120) and fragrances (including vanillin).|
Allergy may react to: dry milk, soy lecithin, lactic
|allergens||Contains soybeans, milk.|
May contain traces of nuts.
|Energy||1550 kJ / 370 kcal|
|– saturated fatty acids||5.60 g|
|– Sugars||57 g|
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.