GIANT Cherry Candy Canes - 12 ct

GIANT Cherry Candy Canes - 12 ct

6 oz box

Quick Facts

Kosher

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Nutrition

50
Calories
--
Sat Fat
0mg
Sodium
10g
Sugars

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size
1.0 candy cane
Servings Per Container
12
Amount Per Serving
Calories
50
Calories from Fat
0
% Daily Value*
Total Fat
0g   0
 
Trans Fat
0g
Sodium
0mg 0
Total Carbohydrate
14g   5
 
Sugars
10g
Protein
0g
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Ingredients

Sugar, Corn Syrup, Citric Acid, Artificial Flavor, Sodium Citrate, Glycerine, Red 40, Yellow 6, Canola Oil, Sunflower Lecithin.

Warnings

Produced in a facility that processes Egg, Milk, Soy and Wheat.

Product Disclaimer

GIANT is committed to providing accurate nutritional information to its customers. As an important part of that effort we voluntarily provide such material on our website. We rely upon our suppliers to provide us with this information on an ongoing basis and to advise us immediately whenever any new claims or adjustments to declared values are made, so that we can properly maintain the accuracy of this online resource. We have, however, experienced occasional situations in the past where, due to the lack of such notice or for some other reason, minor discrepancies in this area have occurred. We therefore strongly encourage our customers to read the labels of any of the products that they purchase in order to make certain that they are compatible with their own nutritional preferences and expectations. If you receive a product from GIANT, and the nutritional information on the product label does not match the information on our site, please contact GIANT customer service and we will arrange for a credit to issue for the product at issue.

Details

Ahold® Candy Canes Cherry. Per 1 Candy cane: 50 Calories. 0g Sat fat, 0% DV. 0mg Sodium, 0% DV. 10g Total sugars. Net Wt 6 Oz (170g). 12 Count. Product of Canada. Artificially flavored. 100% Quality & trust guarantee. History of Candy Canes: The candy cane can be traced back to Germany in 1670. Legend has it that the choirmaster at the cologne cathedral handed out sugar sticks bent into the shape of a Shepherd's staff to keep his young singers quiet during long services. In the mid-1800's, August Imgard of Wooster, Ohio, began using candy canes as a tree decoration. Candy canes took on their familiar stripes around the turn of the twentieth century. Today, people enjoy candy canes as both ornaments and candy. Quality guaranteed or your money back. © 2017 Ahold Licensing Sarl.

Manufacturer

Ahold USA, Inc.

Address

Landover, MD 20785

Phone

1-877-846-9949