1.5 oz. Whitman’s Sugar Free Assorted (3 piece) Chocolate Sampler – discontinued

Whitman's Sugar Free Assorted (3 piece) Chocolate Sampler

The 1.5 oz. Whitman’s Sugar-Free Assorted (3 piece) Chocolate Sampler was discontinued but you can get them in a Whitman’s Sampler Sugar-Free Assorted Chocolates Valentine Heart, 10 oz..

A great way to test the delicious sugar free chocolate candies from Whitman’s. This three-piece sugar free Sampler makes a great gift for holidays, parties and showers.

Nutritional Facts

  • Serving Size 3 pieces (44g)
  • Servings Per Container 5
  • Calories 180
  • Calories from Fat 110
  • Total Fat 13g
  • Saturated Fat 8g
  • Trans Fat 0g
  • Cholesterol <5mg
  • Sodium 70mg
  • Total Carbohydrate 26g
  • Dietary Fiber 3g
  • Sugars 0g
  • Sugar Alcohol 22g
  • Protein 2g

Ingredients: Chocolate flavored coating (maltitol, cocoa butter, chocolate liquor, isomalt, sodium caseinate, milk fat, inulin, erythritol, calcium carbonate, natural and artificial flavors, soy lecithin, salt, acesulfame potassium, sucralose), maltitol syrup, pastel coating (maltitol, fractionated palm kernel oil, hydrogenated palm oil, sodium caseinate, milk fat, glycerol-lacto esters of fatty acids (with citric acid to help protect flavor), soya lecithin (an emulsifier), natural and artificial flavors), nuts (peanuts, pecans, almonds, walnuts), sodium caseinate, peanut butter (peanuts, hydrogenated vegetable oils (rapeseed, cottonseed, soybean), salt), partially hydrogenated palm kernel oil, polydextrose, butter, maltitol, evaporated milk (milk, dipotassium phosphate, carrageenan, vitamin d), citric acid , potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate to preserve freshness, trace of sulfur dioxide, natural and artificial flavors, soya lecithin, salt, mono and diglycerides (to help protect flavor), FD&C Colors (red no. 40, blue no. 1, yellow no. 5 & 6), egg albumen, tapioca flour, sucralose, tocopherols, acesulfame potassium.

Allergy Information: Products have been on shared equipment with peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, soybeans and wheat.

Excessive consumption may cause a laxative effect.

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