Thé Brun - LU
The LU Thé Brun are simple and crispy cookies but quite a best-seller in France!
LU (that are the initials of Lefèvre-Utile) was created in Nantes, France in 1850 by Romain Lefèvre and his wife Pauline-Isabelle Utile.
They initially sold biscuits from an English company but soon created their own little family business, baking cookies and labeling each package with their initials, LU.
Lu is now one of the most famous French brands for biscuits, cookies and snacks.Lu Biscuits are now distributed by Mondelez International and available in over 100 countries including in the United States.
The Lu Thé Brun are especially good with a cup of tea, hence their name! So don’t wait and try it with our delicious Herbal Tea.
raising powder : acid ammonium carbonate
carbonate of sodium
acid citric diphosphate disodic
yellows of eggs in powder
Contains: corn-milk-egg. Manufactured in a workshop which uses: groundnut.
Weight: 335 grams / 11.9 oz
Product of France