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AN­ZAC bis­cuits were tra­di­tion­ally made by moth­ers, wives and girl­friends, and sent abroad to sol­diers fight­ing in World War I. Made from flour, oats, sugar, golden syrup and bak­ing soda, they didn’t spoil eas­ily and kept well dur­ing naval trans­porta­tion.

AN­ZAC bis­cuits don’t con­tain eggs – they were scarce at the time, and the bis­cuits keep bet­ter with­out the ad­di­tion of eggs.

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