Ghana Milk Chocolate: Lotte’s First Milk Chocolate

Lotte is a confectionery maker founded by a Korean businessman named Shin Kyuk-ho (also known by the Japanese name Takeo Shigemitsu) in 1948 in Tokyo.

Today, many sweets from Lotte have long been favorites in Japan through the generations, which include Koume CandyYukimi Daifuku, and a variety of chewing gum and chocolate.

Lotte Ghana Milk Chocolate 

Lotte Ghana Milk Chocolate

At the time of its foundation, Lotte mainly manufactured chewing gum. But later, in 1964, the company first introduced milk chocolate named Ghana Chocolate.

Since it was released, the combination of the red package and the golden logo letters has never changed, by which we can instantly recognize the chocolate.

Contents 

As for the contents, the shiny brilliant pink foil paper wraps the chocolate bar in the current edition.

Lotte Ghana Milk Chocolate Bar

As you can see in the photo, you can break the chocolate into 24 small blocks along the ridges.

Ghana Milk Chocolate from Lotte

Each block has the logo letters Lotte engraved on the top surface.

Taste

Taste-wise, I can’t find significant differences between the milk chocolate bars from Lotte and Morinaga/Meiji.

They are all deliciously milky with a gentle sweetness. So when I crave milk chocolate, I choose one according to my mood.

Ingredients/Nutrition Facts

Lotte Ghana Milk Chocolate Ingredients and Nutrition Facts Label

Lastly, let’s see the specific ingredients and nutrition facts of the Lotte Ghana Milk Chocolate bar.

Ingredients
Sugar, Whole milk powder, Cacao mass, Cocoa butter, Vegetable oil/fat, Soy emulsifier, Favoring

Nutritional Values

Nutritional Values per Box (50 Grams)
Calories 279 kcal
Protein 3.8 g
Fat 16.9 g
Carbohydrates 28.0 g
Salt Equivalents 0.08 g

(Reference Page: Lotte Ghana Milk Chocolate )

Tomo

Hi, I'm Tomo, a Japanese blogger living in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. For the purpose of enriching your life, I would like to introduce things about Japan on this blog, especially unique Japanese products, cooking recipes, cultures, and facts and trivia.

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