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

Price:
$109.99
SKU:
CHT100Web6
Weight:
6.00 LBS
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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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Product Reviews

  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.