De Ruijter Sprinkles

De Ruijter is not just a chocolate sprinkles brand, but a royal brand! In 1985, the brand was officially named Koninklijke De Ruijter BV. Years earlier, the brand had already been purveyor to King Willem III. The manufacturer of this sweet topping owes all this to the traditional quality and the intense chocolate taste. Today, De Ruijter also sells other variants and flavors. For example, the de Ruijter fruit sprinkles are already a classic in the Netherlands. The company also makes flakes and mashed mice, for example. View the Royal De Ruijter chocolate sprinkles range from Real Dutch Food on this page.

 

2.39 (2.61 incl. VAT)
Content: 300 gr
6.39 (6.97 incl. VAT)
Content: 610g
67.59 (73.67 incl. VAT)
Content: 610g
6.39 (6.97 incl. VAT)
Content: 610g
67.59 (73.67 incl. VAT)
Content: 120 x 20g
2.79 (3.04 incl. VAT)
Content: 300 gr
45.79 (49.91 incl. VAT)
Content: 120 X 15g
2.69 (2.93 incl. VAT)
Content: 400 gr
5.29 (5.77 incl. VAT)
Content: 390 gr
4.19 (4.57 incl. VAT)
Content: 200 gr
4.95 (5.40 incl. VAT)
Content: 390 gr

Enjoy with De Ruijter sprinkles

De Ruijter's sprinkles are UTZ Certified. This means that cocoa farmers receive a fair price for their craftsmanship. Of course they deserve this too, because thanks to them the chocolate used for De Ruijter chocolate sprinkles is of sublime quality. In this way, the brand lends a hand in building a good future for cocoa farmers and they are also working sustainably. Thanks to the UTZ quality mark, the future of the taste that De Ruijter offers is also guaranteed. This way you as a consumer can continue to enjoy. Enjoy.

Sweet toppings: De Ruijter fruit sprinkles or mice

Of course, De Ruijter is not only known for sprinkles, but is also a producer of all kinds of other well-known types of sweet spreads. They are also known for their delicious chocolate flakes and anise mice or the one and only De Ruijter fruit sprinkles. The latter is of course also one of De Ruijter's best-known products. The brand introduced the orange mice in 1938. This was on the occasion of the birth of Princess Beatrix. This move generated a lot of publicity. Many photos were taken and the action even made it to the newsreel. Since then, the whole world has become acquainted with the traditional Dutch tradition of eating rusk with mice at the birth of a child. And all thanks to De Ruijter.