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"At many Dutch parties, the very last surprise in Sinterklaas' special burlap sack, is chocolate initials, the first letter of each person's name. There will be one for each person - the first given to the youngest child, then on up to the oldest person present.
The tasty treats may be found in shoes, left by Sinterklaas as he makes his rounds checking on children. Employers may give an S for Sint, to employees.
The Netherlands is the only place with a St. Nicholas chocolate initial letter tradition. However, letters are exported to other lands where Dutch have settled, such as Canada that imports one million.
Letters became associated with Sinterklaas in the 19th century, when a sheet was used to cover St. Nicholas presents. A bread dough letter, placed on top of the sheet, identified where a child's gifts were located."
From St. Nicholas Center, where there is more information about the saint, customs from around the world, stories and activities for children, recipes, crafts, and much more to help families, churches and schools learn about and celebrate St. Nicholas.
|KJ per 100 gr||2344|
|Kcal per 100g||562|
|Vet per 100 gram||35.4|
|Verzadigd vet per 100 gram||22.1|
|Onverzadigd vet per 100 gram||13.0|
|Eiwit per 100 gram||6.1|
|Koolhydraten per 100 gram||54.7|
|Suikers per 100 gram||51.8|
|Product stuk(s) verpakking||Pakje|
|Bevat delen of sporen van||Cacao|Lactose|
|Clean Name||Chocolade letter X, melk|
|HS Code Product Type||chocolade met cacao|
|Minimum age required||0|
|Pre-order CMS page||no-route|
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