Milkybar® is one of the UK and Ireland’s best-loved brands. Launched in 1936, it is the No.1 white chocolate brand, enjoyed by both kids and adults alike.
Milkybar is produced by Nestlé and sold in the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, India, Ireland, Kuwait, South Africa, Spain and sold under the name Galak in Venezuela, Ecuador, Brazil, and Continental Europe.
Let find out if this number 1 selling white chocolate is gluten-free.
Is Milkybar White Chocolate Gluten-Free?
The Answer is: MAY CONTAIN GLUTEN
*The MilkyBar website shows that there are no gluten containing ingredients used in the original MilkyBar, however, they note that MilkyBar may contain gluten due to cross contamination. So this is not confirmed safe to consume for people with a gluten allergy or Coeliac.
Nestle has listed the following MilkyBar products as being confirmed gluten-free:
- Milkybar Milk & Crunchy
- Milkybar Giant White Chocolate Buttons
- Milkybar Giant Buttons
- Milkshake Milkybar Buttons Original
- Milkybar Dessert (yogurt)
- Milkybar Mousse (yogurt)
The above list of MilkyBar products here does not contain wheat, barley, oats, rye or any added gluten. They are therefore ideal for consumption if you are sensitive to gluten or have been diagnosed with Celiac Disease.
Milkybar Original Range Ingredients
Whole and Skimmed Milk Powder (37.5%)
Vegetable Fat (Palm/ Shea/ Mango Kernel/ Sal)
Emulsifier (Sunflower Lecithin)
White Chocolate contains Vegetable Fat in addition to Cocoa Butter
You can access a complete list of all gluten-free products from Nestle here.
Note: According to Nestle:
At the time of going to press this list is accurate, however our policy of
continuous product improvement may result in changes, so we recommend
you check the label
Milkybar Original White Chocolate Nutritional Facts
Each Medium MilkyBar (25g) contains 135 calories. 13.3 g of carbs, 2.7g of protein, 7.9 g of fat and 0.0 g of fiber.
For more information on MilkyBar, including a detailed break down of ingredients in each of their products plus nutritional facts, check out the MilkyBar website here.