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Werther's Original Hard Candy, Caramel Sugar Free, 2.75-Ounce Bags (Pack of 12)
- Pack of 12, 2.75 Ounce bags (Total of 33 Ounce)
- Contains milk and soybean
- Gluten Free
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Flavor: Original Caramel Coffee | Size: Pack of 12
From the Manufacturer
Werther's Original Sugar Free
So Rich, Smooth and Creamy you’ll never know it’s sugar free.
Looking for a satisfying treat with rich caramel taste?
Discover Werther’s Original Sugar Free. With 8 calories per piece and no aftertaste, it’s easy to indulge in that comforting caramel you know and love.
A long time ago in the small European village of Werther, candy-maker Gustav Nebel created his finest candy. He used the best ingredients - real butter, fresh cream, white and brown sugars, a pinch of salt and a lot of time - to create a treasure worthy of being wrapped in gold. Because they turned out especially well, they were named Werther's Original in honor of the little village. Crafting this smooth, creamy caramel became a family tradition handed down through generations.
Today, people all around the world enjoy the unique taste of Werther's Original.
Allergy information: contains milk and soybeans.
Excess consumption may have a laxative effect.
Caution: hard candies may be inadvertently swallowed and cause choking.
Isomalt, Cream, Butter, Flavoring, Salt, Ammonia Caramel, Emulsifier Soy Lecithin, Coffee Extract, Sweetener Acesulfame-k.
Keep cool and dry.
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Top Customer Reviews
Yet, they are sugar-free (although they do contain "sugar alcohol", so watch out for that little sneak attack) but there does appear to be another drawback to the lack of natural cane in these sweet treats.
I started off arrogant and self-assured, I will admit. I popped one buttery delight in my mouth, and then another, until I was ravaging the bag with abandon. What happened next was initially subtle, then, gradually, it was quite blunt.
A single, brief squeak. A touch of gas. This is something I am familiar with, as a red blooded American male, and I did what anyone would do in the situation and I simply headed to the bathroom for a "release". Oh... oh, but wait, there's more. Much more. A realization dawns that I can't keep getting up from my desk at work and walking to the bathroom, as it is starting to look suspicious, and in my rushing back-and-forth I am now losing patience and releasing tiny portions of my cargo along the journey to my destination. Each step becomes a vicious gamble, and each sweet release in the bathroom becomes more and more of a question.Read more ›
Occasionally, my sweet tooth catches up to me. So, I bought one of each of the small bags of Werther's candies for the office.
I remember vaguely, using candies like this some years ago, but I had forgotten the payback that comes later on.
I had been blissfully gas free for several months. Since I sit with only dudes at work...I'm grateful. I sit near Bilbo Baggins who is a natural source of recurring flatulence. He could be a natural resource if we could tap him properly.
So, I felt confident that some years later, people who make these marvelous candies would have taken the after-gas issue and handled it.
THEY HAVE NOT!!!
I sat quietly eating a few Werther's one fall afternoon...and suddenly I had terrible rumbling down south...and the feeling that I swallowed a bowling ball at some point that was banking hard turns through my intestines. I moved in my chair to get up to run to the ladies room....big mistake!
I unleashed an unholy clap of thunder from my behind that scared 2 grown men! I was embarassed, but they gave me props for the sound and apparent lack of smell....too soon, boys, too soon....the second thunderclap emitted a stench that rivals a porta potty in Calcutta. Unfortunately for the boys...the heating system blows their way...
You can probably eat one of these per day...to be safe...any more than that...you are risking your personal reputation.
The package says that a serving is 5 pieces, but that seems a lot. Each individual piece has 3 g of carbohydrates, with 2.8 g from Sugar Alcohol. Some say that is a net of 1.6 g each. I have diabetes and I've checked my blood glucose level at 15 minutes and an hour after eating a couple, and I see no spike at all. Perhaps different people metabolize these things differently, so individual mileage may vary. The best thing would be to check the blood and see if these work for you. They do for me.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really like these. Same price as Walmart but often are not available there.Published 21 hours ago by ThunderKitty
The package I received looked nothing like the photo and did not contain the assortment shown. Instead it was one very small package, assorted, that included Apple and not the... Read morePublished 1 day ago by KEM
They have a weird taste to them since they're sugar free. Won't be buying again. Found regular flavor at local Dollar Store...Published 25 days ago by MarioM