Everything about Little Hearts Classic | Review
Anybody love to break hearts? Little Hearts tells us to break some hearts. Are they really telling us to break people’s heart? Well, maybe. Scroll and read to know about breaking people’s hearts. Let me tell you an another secret or not a famous thing! The Little Hearts we mostly know is Little Hearts Classic but there is also another variant i.e. find it and tell us if you find in the comment section. Okay, let’s dive in to break😜
Table of Contents
Wanna Know About The Brand?
Britannia Industries Limited
The Wadia Group
Break some hearts
Fine bakery wares
FSSAI License Information
Manufacturing Unit 1
Manufacturing Unit 2
Manufacturing Unit 3
Important Images on the Pack
A Big red color Heart is the logo of Little Hearts since 1993 and it is ready to be broken multiple times. Are you ready to break some hearts?
They are not bragging about breaking love, but they are bragging about “The only hearts you should be breaking.” Oops, this is two years ago and it is good right? It will be a happy moment when Little Hearts are the only hearts should be broken. But this is not the 2020 marketing meaning. Know more about 2020 marketing meaning in hidden truth.
These are the illustration of the original hearts inside the pack waiting to be broken by you.
Unboxing Little Hearts Classic
Details on the Pack
Taste Experience of Little Hearts Classic
I am gonna open and consume this Little Hearts classic.
We can see here; the little hearts biscuits give a flat baked aroma as well slight caramel aroma (maybe from sugar).
The treat is heart in shape as seen on the pack and it is in brown as well in dull white color. The heart has three borders which has gap between each. The sugars are sprinkled all over and filled between the gaps. I can see an oily finish or more like the sugar in melted condition finish.
If we look on the back side, it has a baked pattern.
The little hearts are rough in sense of touch and the sugar sprinkled can be felt. The treat can be broken to two halves as we have seen in little hearts advertisements.
The back side has a rough patterned texture.
I kept the biscuit in my mouth with the sugar sprinkled touching my tongue. The sugar creates a sharp sweet at random sugar crystals touching the tongue.
But it doesn’t feel the same way on the back side. The back side of the biscuit has no known taste it was flat with baked flour. From my perspective, the dough might have some sugar added but it can’t be felt.
I gave a try of biting one heart; it gives a crisp biting experience and is so good. No wonder every 90’s kid fell for it. I love it too.
The little hearts clings to the memory of my taste buds and is addicting to me. It gives the sweet taste even after consuming and asking for more, especially the sugar sprinkled side.
Little Hearts Classic ’s Ingredients
Other name : Maida
Source : Wheat grain
How: The wheat bran is separated from wheat grain. The endosperm part i.e. Starchy white part of the wheat is ground to form the Maida flour.
Why : Refined wheat flour acts as a base ingredient in little hearts biscuit production.
Source : Sugarcane
How : The sugarcane is crushed and the juice is extracted. Then it is purified and crystallized.
Why : Sugar is used for adding sweetness in biscuit as well to sprinkle over the biscuit which is the speciality in little hearts. Sugar added in making biscuit also improves the color i.e. sugar turns to brown color by mailard reaction. Thus, helps in improving the texture too.
Source : Palm fruit
How : Oils can be produced either from palm fruit as well as the seeds inside. Palm oil is extracted from the palm fruit not from the palm seeds.
Why : Edible oils are used for shortening the dough i.e. to make the biscuit crispier.
As the name suggests, raising agents are used to increase the volume of the biscuit.
- INS 500 (ii)
Name : Sodium Bicarbonate
Source : Industry
How : Sodium bicarbonate is produced by reacting sodium carbonate with carbon dioxide and water.
Why : Sodium bicarbonate (E 500 (ii)) releases CO2 during baking which increases the volume of the product.
- INS 503 (ii)
Name : Ammonium Bicarbonate
Source : Industry
How: Ammonium bicarbonate is produced by reacting ammonium with water and then with carbon dioxide.
Why: Ammonium bicarbonate (E 503 (ii)) releases CO2 during baking which increases the volume of the product.
Source : Milk
How : Milk is made into milk solids by evaporating the water content present in it.
Why : Milk solids helps in enhancing flavour, colour and improving the texture of the biscuit.
Source : Industry
How : Iodised salt is produced by mixing sea salt with iodine.
Why : Iodised salt enhances the flavour profile of little hearts biscuits. Thus, it helps to rescue us from the bland taste of the biscuit.
Source : Industry
How : Yeast culture are allowed to grow and multiply in sugar solutions (usually molasses, by-product of sugar refining). Then the yeasts are recovered separately through multiple process.
Why : Yeast acts as raising agent i.e. it increases the volume of the biscuit.
- INS 322
Name : Soy Lecithin
Source : Soya beans
How : Soy lecithin is a by-product of soya bean oil production.
Why : Emulsifier holds all ingredients together and does not allow them to separate i.e. it remains the same while it is produced and while consuming.
As the name suggests, improver improves the quality of the Little Hearts biscuit.
- INS 1100
Name : Amylase
Source : Multiple Sources (Agro wastes mostly like wheat bran, rice bran, gram husk.. etc)
How : Amylase is produced by fermentation process using microorganism such as bacillus subtilis.
Why : Amylase helps in increasing dough strength, extensibility and dough texture. It also improves the fermentation process done by yeast.
- INS 1101 (i)
Name : Protease
Source : nutrient broth or molasses
How : Protease is produced fermentation process using microbes.
Why : Protease helps in increasing dough strength, extensibility and dough texture. It also helps in increasing the flavour and colour of the crust.
Nutritional Information - Per Pack/Per Serve
Per pack = 34.5 g (16 Hearts)
*Per serve = 34.5 g (16 Hearts)
The per serve value is not given on the pack and is completely based on mr_crunchy perspective.
Low Saturated Fat
Trans fat Free
*Why sodium is given as not mentioned?
The sodium value is not mentioned on the nutritional list of Little Heart Classic. But, having a look at the ingredients list, there is a mention about the usage of salt, which contains sodium obviously. The value of sodium is not mandatory to be listed in the Nutritional table as per Food Safety and Standards (Packaging and Labelling) regulations, 2011.
Tree Nut free
Things to know before buying
The multiple source/items used in the production of Little hearts Classic. Mentioned on back side.
The Nutrients present in Little Hearts Classic. Mentioned on back side.
There is no per serve size recommended on the pack.
The info which needs the most concern or to be cautious. Mentioned on back side.
Manufacturing date/Packed date
The date, which this particular Little Hearts classic is packed. Mentioned on back side.
For the best experience of the treat consume before the given date. Mentioned on back side.
Ingredients to Know Before Buying
Little heart Classic consists of about 8.5 g of sugar in 34.5 g whole pack. If you are concerned about sugar intake in your diet, this is a valuable info.
Warnings on Little Hearts Classic Pack
Milk Protein Allergy
Milk Lactose Intolerance
Little Hearts Classic ’s Packaging
Primary Packaging The packaging is fully filled with air might be nitrogen and it totally safeguards the hearts from breaking inside the pack. It also saves the treat while we hold the pack. It’s a fully tight pack that is good enough that it won’t burst even when dropped from a specific or an average human height.
The recycle number ‘7’ is ‘other’ category of packaging and is used here. There might be different polymers used and we can’t predict the exact polymer they have used.
Always don’t forget to keep your city clean, that’s what they are indicating to the consumers.
Claims on Little Hearts Classic
Yes! this claim is true. The ingredients list does not show any usage of hydrogenated oil which leads to transfat. Thus, Little Hearts Classic is definitely free from transfat. It may be used as a marketing claim and is completely true.
Other Breakdowns in Little Hearts Classic
Why Break hearts? What does it mean?
Every product in the market tells us to share love but this Little Hearts tells us to break hearts. OMG, that’s serious. You may have seen one old meaning in illustration of pack section, but we wanna know the 2020 marketing meaning, right? It’s nothing but “Learn the art of saying NO.” People especially one-sided lovers disturbs and compels you to be in their life, better break their heart. There might be situations where words and softness won’t work, only breaking hearts work. So, go and break some hearts. Now you know the real meaning!
Where & How to Store Little Hearts Classic
Before Opening the Pack
After Opening the Pack
No, little hearts Classic is not Vegan because it contains milk solids.
18 heart shaped biscuits.
8.45 grams of sugar.
Yes. it contains about 6.9 grams of fat.
Yes. Know more in warning section.
Disclaimer: The information in this page is mr_crunchy’s perspective and is fully for information purpose only, not for any nutrition or doctor’s advice. Mr_crunchy completely recommend you to consult a nutritionist or a doctor.