Candy People USA Gummy Candy

Kicks - 

Delectable sweets – both kids and adults are sure to enjoy these gummy candies by candy people. The Swedish gummy kicks gummy candy are fruit-flavored gummy sneakers with tutti frutti flavored soles. No artificial colors - these gummy candies have no bioengineered ingredients and no artificial colors. Non-GMO and no trans fat - no added HFCS.

Sour Skulls - Sour fruit flavored gummy candy skulls inspired by lördagsgodis or “Saturday's candies.” each Saturday, children are allowed to eat as much candy as they want. Swedes enjoy all types of candy on this day, especially tart, sugary goodness like the sour skull. Of course, tradition is not only for children. Adults join in too because — who wouldn’t want to indulge in delicious candy every Saturday?

Sour Vikings -  non-gmo, vegan, gluten-free and gelatin-free sour viking gummies come in strawberry, pear, cherry, black currant, lemon and orange flavors. No trans fat – no added high fructose corn syrup. Product of sweden – candy people sour vikings are a product of sweden. The viking ages - taking us back to the viking ages of 800-1066 ad in sweden, denmark and norway. Despite the folklore, many scandinavian tribes were peaceful farmers who even skied for fun.

Dala Horse - Delectable sweets - kids and adults alike are sure to enjoy these gummy candies by candy people. The swedish dala horse gummy candy consists of delicious citrus, pineapple, and raspberry fruit flavors. Without gluten and gelatin - these gummy candies contain no gluten and gelatin. Indulge your sweet tooth without blowing your diet. Non-gmo and no trans fat - does not contain high fructose corn syrup.

Sour Melon Logs - Delectable sweets – both kids and adults are sure to enjoy these chewy candies by candy people. The swedish sour melon logs are sour watermelon flavored chewy candy Non-gmo and gelatin-free - these gummy candies are non-gmo and gelatin-free. Indulge your sweet tooth without blowing your diet. No trans fat – no added high fructose corn syrup.

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