36.8 oz box
8 servings per container
Dairy Product Solids, Sugar, Skim Milk, Peanuts, Corn Syrup, Bleached Wheat Flour, Coconut Oil, Cream Maltodextrin, Palm Oil, Cocoa, Palm Olein, Reduced Minerals Whey, Propylene Glycol Monostearate, Soybean Oil, Soy Lecithin, Cellulose Gel, Guar Gum, Monoglycerides, Carob Bean Gum Salt, Natural Flavor, Cellulose Gum, Milk, Chocolate, Annatto Color.
Contains: milk, wheat, peanut and soy ingredients.Important: Young children (less than 4 years) have limited chewing ability and could choke on small pieces.
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8 frozen dairy dessert cones. 280 calories per 1 cone; 8 g sat fat (40% DV); 90 mg sodium (4% DV); 21 g total sugars. Nutritional Compass: Nestle - Good food, good life. Thoughtful portion: 1 cone. These delicious treats are for sharing with family, friends and a fun activity. Good to talk. Questions or comments? Visit us at drusmstick.com or call us at 1-800-441-2525. See nutrition information for total fat and saturated fat content. America's No.1 sundae cone. Since 1928. The original. At the 1904 world’s fair, an ice cream maker ran out of bowls. He asked a nearby vendor to roll waffles into cones, turning them into finger food. In 1928 the Parker brothers (Bruce and twins IC and JT Stubby) took this great invention even further by adding chocolate the brother's wives said it looked like a tried chicken leg, thus the Drumstick was born! With that, Drumstick became the original sundae cone. Today Nestle Drumstick is America’s no 1 sundae cone. Drumstick forever summer. Inner units not labeled for retail sale. 8 cones. No artificial colors. No added colors from natural sources. No artificial flavors. Facebook. Twitter. Instagram. SmartLabel: Scan for more info.
Keep frozen until served. For greatest enjoyment, eat within one month of purchase. Keep cones at a constant temperature -5 degrees F or colder.
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