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Cherry Flavour Xylitol Candy - (36) 100ct tins = 1 Case

6.00 LBS
Calculated at checkout

Product Description

Our cherry flavoured Xylitol candies are the perfect mix between sweet and tart. As with all of our products, the cherry candies are 100% Xylitol sweetened and are 100% natural. These candies are packaged on convenient 100 count tins. There are 6 tins per sleeve and 6 sleeves per case - that's 3600 candies per order! Enjoy these treats while preventing cavities at the same time!

Ingredients: Xylitol, Citric Acid, Natural Cherry Flavoring, Natural Coloring

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  1. Un produit fiable et délicieux ! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Jan 2016

    J'aime beaucoup ces bonbons sans sucre. Je les ai montré à ma dentiste hier (11 janvier 2016) et elle m'a dit qu'ils ne présentaient aucun problème pour mes dents.
    Je les recommande chaudement.

  2. not as good with citric acid 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd Jul 2014

    iI heard Citric acid nullifies the benefits effects of xylitol, just good to keep in mind.

  3. It's a vehicle for getting xylitol in you 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd Aug 2013

    Um... it tastes better than cough syrup?

    I'm not impressed by the cherry flavor. Granted, that might be because I like dark Bing-style cherries, or the occasional sour cherries, but I really don't like Maraschinos. It's the flavor, and it doesn't do it for me. I now have a lifetime supply. I will use them to SLOW DOWN my ingestion of xylitol candy. These will be the ones I keep a couple of tins in the car and don't care if they deteriorate from the heat and cold and humidity...

    I don't know. I wanted to like them, because cherries are just about my favo[u]rite fruit, but there's just something cloying about the tablet candies, even more than the cherry-ish hard candies.

    But even more annoying than the flavo[u]r - which just seems so much more "fake" (to me... everybody's tastebuds are different), is the fact that they weren't available in the 175-count bottles, and I had to take them in the 100-count tins.

    Meanwhile, I'll probably [re-]review the raspberry, lime, citrus, and grape flavo[u]rs of Xyla tablet-style candies, all of which I like a LOT better than Xyla's rendition of the cherry flavo[u]r.