Is it Pregnancy friendly? Maxine's Heavenly Cookies Chocolate Chocolate Chip

Is it Pregnancy friendly? Maxine's Heavenly Cookies Chocolate Chocolate Chip

This product hasthat may not be pregnancy friendly.


Gluten free oat blend (oats, oat flour, oat fiber), palm fruit oil*, chocolate chunks (organic cane sugar, chocolate liquor, cocoa butter, white rice flour, organic coconut sugar, dates, organic coconut nectar, water, cocoa powder, sunflower lecithin, organic gum acacia, flaxseed, cocoa extract, vanilla extract, sea salt, baking soda.


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