tic tac

Nutritional table
100g
100g per portion (0.5g)
Nutrients 100g per portion (0.5g)
Energy kJ/kcal1685/3978/2
Fat g0.5
of which Saturates g0.5
Carbohydrates g97.50.5
of which Sugars g94.50.5
Protein g0.1
Salt g0.028

tic tac in brief

2
Number of calories in each tic tac
tic tac’s name derives from the distinctive clicking sound of the pack
tic tacs are GMO free, in accordance with the Ferrero Group's guidelines

tic tac

tic tac was born in 1969 and originally launched onto the market as “Refreshing Mints”. Its subsequent rebrand was inspired by the «tic» and «tac» heard when the iconic little box is opened and closed. The tic tac manufacturing process uses a unique spinning technology which ensures each mint is of a high and stable quality, delivering a great and distinct taste. This process guarantees that each mint consists of three different flavour sensations: vanilla on the outside, sweet mint on the inside, and a more intense mint flavour in the middle to leave you with that final freshness.

Nutritional Factsheet

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Did you know?
To create a tic tac, with its hundreds of layers, takes about 24 hours!
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