Russell Stover Sugar Free Jelly Beans 7 oz. bag

Russell Stover Sugar Free Jelly Beans 7 oz. bag
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The exact origins of the jelly bean are lost in time, and only a part of its history is known. Most experts believe the jelly center is a descendant of a Mid-Eastern confection known as Turkish Delight that dates back to Biblical times. The shell coating is an offspring of a process called panning, first invented in 17th century France to make Jordan Almonds.

Now, Russell Stover presents to you its new sugar-free jelly beans – perfect for Easter or any other time you want a sweet, delicious treat.

  • Low Carb
  • 35% Fewer Calories then regular Jelly Beans
  • Sweetened with Splenda and maltitol
  • Natural and artificially flavored
  • Sugar-Free Jelly Beans contain 100 calories per 40 gram serving

Russell Stover Sugar-Free Jelly Beans Nutrition Facts

  • Serving Size about 35 pieces (40g)
  • Servings Per Container 5
  • Total Calories 100
  •   Calories From Fat 0
  • Total Fat 0g
  •   Saturated Fat 0g
  •   Trans Fat 0g
  • Cholesterol 0mg
  • Sodium 0mg
  • Total Carbohydrates 36g*
  •   Dietary Fiber 0g*
  •   Sugars 0g
  •   Sugar Alcohols 33g*
  • Protein 0g

Ingredients: Maltitol syrup, maltitol, modified food starch, sucralose, citric acid, natural and artificial flavors, FD&C colors (red #40, yellow #5 & #6, red #40 lake, blue #2 lake, yellow #5 & #6 lake, blue #1), tapioca dextrin, beeswax, carnauba wax, confectioners glaze, and salt.

*Net carbs as listed by the manufacturer on the package = 3g per serving.

Manufactured in a plant that processes peanuts.

Excess consumption may cause a laxative effect.

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