Frequent question: Are Mentos Fruit Chews gluten free?

All Mentos products in the United States contain wheat glucose syrup, so they are not gluten free.

Does Mentos chewing gum have gluten?

While the ingredients used to make Mentos Sugar Free Gum appear to be gluten-free, we cannot guarantee if there’s cross-contamination in the area where the gum is processed/packaged. If you are living a gluten-free lifestyle, we advise you do not consume Mentos Sugar Free Gum.

Are candy cane Mentos gluten free?

Mentos Chewy Mints offer freshness in a fun, flavorful chew. There are 14 chewy mints in every roll. They are always fat free and gluten free. Now available in a Candy Cane flavor.

Can celiacs eat mints?

Generally, most peppermints and spearmints are always gluten free. This doesn’t necessarily apply to mint flavored candies, but instead, pertains to just plain, hard candy mints.

Is extra gluten-free?

Yes, Wrigley’s claims that their Extra® gum is gluten-free.

Which root beer is gluten-free?

Mug Root Beer

Both Mug and Mug Cream Root Beer are considered gluten-free by manufacturer PepsiCo.

Are Ice Breakers gluten free?

You’ll be happy to hear that our ICE BREAKER DUO Mints do not contain any gluten ingredients. However, if our product contains sources of gluten we would list the ingredient on the label. The label includes an accurate, current listing of the ingredients in our products.

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Are Skittles gluten free?

Wrigley. Wrigley makes products ranging from its popular Doublemint gum to Skittles, Starburst, and more. The company explains that some products “may contain gluten [but] the majority of our products are gluten-free.” Confused?

Are starbursts gluten free?

If you’re in the United States, you should consider Starburst candy (including seasonal candy) to be gluten-free. Starbursts down under are NOT gluten-free. … The Wrigley’s AU/NZ site says Starbusts are “MADE OF: GLUCOSE SYRUP (SOURCES INCLUDE WHEAT), SUGAR, WATER, THICKENER (WHEAT STARCH)”.