Marks and Spencer Organic Stem Ginger Shortbread (150g)

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  • Organic
  • Vegetarian
Taste of Summer

Product information

Love ginger? Love shortbread? You'll adore this organic stem ginger shortbread by M&S.

Studded with sweet and fiery stem ginger pieces, this indulgent biscuit is the ideal accompaniment to a classic British cuppa.

Perfect for your tea break and irresistible as a sweet pick-me-up, these classy biscuits are guaranteed to make a big impression.

One of our Marks and Spencer branded products, and is suitable for vegetarians, and it is organic.

Allergy Advice

Contains Nuts, Peanuts, Wheat, Gluten, Milk.


Wheatflour contains Gluten (with Wheatflour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Butter (Milk) (28%) , Sugar, organic candied stem ginger (7%) , Ground Ginger, Salt, Raising Agent: Sodium Bicarbonate, E503. organic candied stem ginger contains Stem Ginger, Cane Sugar..

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