Gluten-Free Valentine's Candy (Updated for 2019)
- Brach's Conversation Hearts. In prior years, these weren't considered gluten-free, but they now appear on manufacturer Ferrara Candy Company's list of candy that doesn't contain wheat, barley or rye. So you might want to consider these if you're looking for conversation hearts.
- Dove chocolate. Dove chocolate, manufactured by Mars Chocolate (which also makes M&Ms), is usually gluten-free—the obvious exceptions include milk chocolate cinnamon graham and cookies 'n cream flavor, while the not-so-obvious exceptions include milk chocolate strawberry shortcake crisp (while the crisp itself is made from tapioca and rice, these have a "may contain wheat" warning on them). You can feel reasonably confident about buying Dove chocolate products for Valentine's Day, provided youalways check the label. Mars will call out any wheat, barley, or rye sources on the label. Safe-looking Valentine's items include Dove milk chocolate candy hearts, Dove milk chocolate and red velvet swirl, dark and milk chocolate hearts, and caramel and milk chocolate. However,some Mars' seasonal packaged items may be problematic—Dove Milk Chocolate Truffles in a heart-shaped gift box include a "May contain wheat" warning, indicating the company used a shared facility or shared equipment to produce those Valentine-specific candies. The bottom line: Always Check The Label.
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Date: 11.12.2018, 11:03 / Views: 32445