Bertie Beetles - Nestle
- The standard sizing is 10 grams.
- Bertie Beetles do not contain gelatine and are suitable for vegetarians.
- They do contain glucose from wheat.
- Bertie Beetles contain Milk, Soy and Wheat.
- They are manufactured on equipment that processes products containing peanuts and tree nuts.
Ingredients: Sugar, Vegetable Fat, [Emulsifiers (Soy Lecithin, 492)], Milk Solids, Toffee Pieces (8%) - Sugar, Glucose Syrup (Derived from Wheat), Vegetable Fat, Raising Agent (Sodium Bicarbonate) - Cocoa, Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin), Salt, Flavours.
Nutritional Information Per 100g
Energy (kJ) 2110
Protein (g) 3.3
Fat - total (g) 23.4
- saturated (g) 21.1
Carbohydrate (g) 68.4
- sugars (g) 66.7
Sodium (mg) 120
A Bertie Beetle is a small Australian chocolate bar manufactured by Nestlé. It consists of a chocolate coated bar containing small pieces of honeycomb, that is shaped like an anthropomorphised beetle. It was created as a way to use up honeycomb left over
The Bertie Beetle was first produced in 1963 by Hoadley's Chocolates who were later taken over by the Rowntree Company and became Rowntree Hoadley Ltd., when it was launched by VFL footballer Ron Barassi and was sold in shops until 1970, when manufacturer Nestlé entered an exclusive agreement with 'Showbag Marketing' to only sell the chocolate at shows and exhibitions in showbags.