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Posted on Monday, October 15th, 2012 at 9:20 am
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Helwa is also called Helwa Wafelbakkerij.  They are a wafer bakery from the Netherlands.  Helwa has been making crispy filled wafer products for almost 60 years.  They make a line of Biscuit wafers that include Penny Wafers (which are filled with chocolate cream), Regina wafels, (filled with vanilla cream), French wafers (filled with chocolate, hazelnut, or vanilla cream), Coffee wafers (filled with mocha cream), Java wafers (filled with vanilla cream), and Frou Frou wafers, (which are square and filled with vanilla cream).  They make an Organic line of wafers that include Regular (filled with lemon cream chocolate cream, or vanilla cream), Organic wafers Dark Chocolate (filled with chocolate cream and coated with Belgian dark chocolate), and Organic wafers “Kex” (large wafers filled with chocolate cream and coated with Belgian milk chocolate).  Their gluten free line includes Free Time gluten free wafers that are made with 88% chocolate and include a thick layer of aerated Belgian milk chocolate.  Their milk chocolate and dark chocolate gluten free options have a Teff wafer inside.  Helwa also makes an All Natural line, and sugar free products.  You cannot buy Helwa products from their website.  This means the price could vary depending on where you bought them at.

Foods that are organic were grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiation.  Organic foods are GMO free.  Foods that are gluten free are made without wheat or other products that contain gluten.  This makes them safe for people who have celiac disease, or a gluten allergy or intolerance, to consume.  Dark chocolate, according to LiveStrong, can promote better blood flow to the brain, as well as other healthy benefits.  The Helwa Wafelbakkerij headquarters are located in Hallum, Nederland.  You can contact the company through their website if you would like to have them adapt their products to your wishes.

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