Helwa Wafelbakkerij
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Helwa Wafelbakkerij

Posted on Thursday, September 12th, 2013 at 8:00 am
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Helwa Wafelbakkerij, a wafer bakery from the Netherlands, has been making wafer products for 60 years. The company produces traditional cream filled wafers and chocolate coated wafers, as well as organic, sugar free and all natural wafer products. In 2007, Helwa added gluten free wafer snacks to the product line. Helwa tries to respond to the constant trends and consumer preferences. They try to develop new and innovative products. Their newest addition includes wafers with a filling of real fruit. The fruit filling contains no fat and therefore matches the wishes of health-conscious consumers. The gluten free and fat free wafers are labeled USDA Organic. Prices among Helwa products vary depending on type and size, but are usually under $15 per package. Visit their official website for more information and look for their products in stores near you.   


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