Are Tunnocks snowballs vegetarian?

Are Tunnocks snowballs halal?

No Halal Concerns

Although Tunnock’s products seem like a traditional British snack, approximately 20% of the company’s total sales are due to exports out of Great Britain. Looking closely at the packaging, even at those sold within the U.K., the labels often include Arabic.

How are Tunnocks snowballs made?

Tunnock’s Snowballs are a round ball of soft, foamy, glossy marshmallow that is dipped in chocolate and coated with white shredded coconut. The marshmallow is made with egg white and syrup. The snowballs are similar to Tunnock’s Teacakes, but minus the shortbread base, and with the addition of the coconut covering.

How old are Tunnocks tea cakes?

It is headed by Boyd Tunnock, grandson of Thomas. In 2013, a joint report by Family Business United and Close Brothers Asset Management named it the 20th oldest family firm in Scotland.


Type Private limited company
Industry Food and drink (bakery)
Founded December 1890 in Uddingston, Scotland
Founder Thomas Tunnock

Can you visit the Tunnock’s factory?

Unfortunately due to being inundated with requests, we were over-subscribed today, 3 June 2019, within a very short period and we regret applications are now closed. For operational reasons, we are limited to the number of tour dates which, unfortunately, means disappointment for many.

How many calories are in a caramel log?

There are 150 calories in 1 biscuit (32 g) of Tunnock’s Caramel Log.

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