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Our licorice factory dates back to 1876 with a very rich tradition in the production of licorice. It is known for its extensive assortment of licorices, its traditional pieces that have been around for decades. The sugar free Licorice Bears have been added about 10 years ago. We have received many "thank yous" for having this product available. It had a great licorice flavor with a semi firm texture. The sugar substitute is : Maltitol.
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Maltitol, Modified Starch, Licorice Extract, Ammonium Chloride, Natural Flavours, Glazing Agent, Vegetable Oil and Beeswax. may Contain Traces of Wheat.
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Returned. Very bitter and we purchase sugar free licorice regularly. First time with this brand though.Published 4 months ago by B FitzGerald
These were great. A real licorice taste, not that phony after taste you get with some sugar free stuffPublished 10 months ago by Pam S.
Chewy but Taste disappoints. I have become an expert on sugar free, These are really chewy like juicy fruits, but they have a chemical rather unpleasant after taste.Published 11 months ago by Foto Fun
I really like these bears. I like the flavor -- not too sweet. They haven't given me the sugar free poos yet so that is a good thing.Published 17 months ago by LawyerLady
WOULD NOT RECOMEND, THREW THEM OUT, NOT EDIBLE, HORRID TASTE AND HARD AS A ROCK NOT FRESH AT ALL...REALLY BAD AND I AM NOT ONE TO COMPLAINPublished 19 months ago by marla
While I do like it, the packaging should have a disclaimer on it. Due to the type of artificial sweetener used in it, it must be eaten in very small amounts. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Mark Triplett
Good sugar free option, although maltitol is not my first choice for a sugar alternative. These have a very strong, slightly salty anise flavor - not the sweet flavor found in the... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Tah_Dah
these little bears pack a punch of licorice flavor and don't taste sugar free, but I had expected them to be a little softer. Read morePublished on June 30, 2013 by bertha