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Are fruit snacks candy?

Asked by Kendrell, Last updated: Sep 16, 2020

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D. Gray

D. Gray

D. Gray
D. Gray

Answered Aug 05, 2020

In the real sense of it, fruits snacks are really candy. Let me, first of all, make something clear that candies actually refer to lollies or sweets. Candies have sugar as their main ingredient. So, let me now take you through what you need to know about fruit snacks. The fruit snacks are usually manufactured in the United States; a processed food that contains sugar, marketed to parents to give to their children, which they usually take to school.

In the real sense of it, fruits snacks are really candy. Let me, first of all, make something clear
For those that are familiar with this, especially the Americans, you will know that fruit snacks are almost exactly like gummy candies. The major content in this fruit snack is nothing else but sugar, refined sugar that is obtained from concentrated apple juice and white grape juice. As a matter of fact, there are some fruit snacks that contain more sugar even than the gummy candies itself, plus the amount of protein in them is low.

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Ken Wilson

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Ken Wilson, Marketing Analyst, MBA, Miami

Answered Jan 25, 2019

In the most technical sense of the word, fruit snacks are indeed a candy. This is because of a couple of things. The first thing is that they are filled with a crap-ton of sugar, just like any other candy you’ll find on the market. While most brands do try to keep the sugar from overwhelming whatever fruit items are in there (usually juices, but some brands do use fruit puree or something like that), it doesn’t always happen.

In the most technical sense of the word, fruit snacks are indeed a candy. This is because of a
Since fruit snacks are gummy and chewy like gummy worms or gummy rings, it makes sense to group them in the gummy candy group. So, all said and done, keep the fruit snacks to a minimum as you do other candy.

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Sophia Lee Ryan

Sophia Lee Ryan

Sophia Lee Ryan
Sophia Lee Ryan

Answered Oct 23, 2017

Fruit snacks are basically a gummi candy just the same as gummi worms or gummi bears. They have much the same kinds of ingredients in them as gummi candies which basically means a lot of sugar mainly. Some fruit snacks such as Welch’s fruit snacks do have some fruit puree in them but it is very little compared to all the sugar that is mainly derived from concentrated white grape juice and apple juice.

Fruit snacks are basically a gummi candy just the same as gummi worms or gummi bears. They have
Because they really have no nutritional value as one might originally think fruit snacks are considered a candy just like any other gummi. They should be approached with the same amount of moderation as all the other gummi candies.

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