You’ll be starry-eyed once you bite into your
first Super Star! These large and chewy gummy candies are coated
with sour goodness, and once you get through the lip-puckering
surface, you’ll be rewarded with sweet fruit flavor. Large 8 oz.
bag is $5.99.
Ingredients: Sugar (non-bone char), corn syrup,
modified food starch, dextrose, malic acid, natural and artificial
vegan flavors, artificial colors including yellow 5, red 3, red 40,
Favorite candy ever
From Brenda Tripodi of Niles, Ohio on 6/14/2014.
Thanks for the information. I always read and try to keep informed so that was appreciated. I have these on had at all times. I love them.
Good, but watch your teeth
From HQ of New York, New York on 8/8/2012.
taste good, but very hard to chew, major stick-to your-teeth-and-pull-out-a-filling factor, so be ware.
FD&C Colors can be vegan
From Anonymous of Atlanta, Georgia on 10/19/2011.
I work in food science, and to the reviewer below, they are unfortunately incorrect about colorings.Most FD&C colorings are artificially made without animal by-products, with exceptions for reds that are cochineal (carmine) based. Most colorings are from derivitive sources such as coal tar - not the most appealing ingredient, but it is what is common in the industry. There is no pork derivitive in a pure coloring unless it was specifically made for a food purpose where the pork-based ingredients were affecting viscosity or other factors for a specific application, it is not industry standard. I do not know where the other reviewer is getting this misinformation, but it is in fact false and I could not find anything online or in my library to verify it in any way. Nor is there any strong science between artificial colors being known carcinogens, at least in dosages that humans are accustom. Perhaps they were referencing vivisection studies where animals were given massive amounts that would be fatal to any living being, but most certainly, a package of candy now and then is not going to be the spur to give someone a fatal health condition.Vegans, please, do as much research as possible before spreading misinformation in the community. Spreading hysteria rather than facts does not do veganism any good.
Not vegan, be careful
From Anonymous of Brooklyn, New York on 10/19/2011.
If there is artificial coloring, then it is not vegan. What most people don't realize is that those colorings (especially the reds) are derived through a process that involves animal (usually pork) derivatives. Besides even if this were not the case, I don't know of any vegans that knowingly take artificial colors/ flavors into there bodies since they are also known carcenogens.
From Brenda T of Niles, Ohio on 4/25/2011.
YUM! YUM! YUM! They are delicious!
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