Are Blow Pops Halal or Haram? Updated

If you’re looking for an answer to ” Blow Pops Halal or Haram? ” you’re not alone. I received the same question from many of my blog followers. They wonder if they can consume these candies or not.

To answer this question, we need to check the ingredients to see if they contain some forbidden components and if the manufacturing process meets Islamic requirements.

Let’s start first by identifying the flavors and the ingredients.

About Blow Pops Ingredients & Flavors

Blow Pops are lollipops with bubble gum centers surrounded by a hard candy shell produced and distributed by Charms, a subsidiary of Tootsie Roll Industries.

They come in various flavors, including.

Cherry, Strawberry, Grape, Watermelon, Sour Apple, Blue Razz Berry, Cherry, Black Cherry, What A Melon, Kiwi Berry Blast, Black Ice, Blueberry, Crazzberry, Tropicalberry, Blackberry, Raspberry, and Blue Razz which is the most popular.

Blow Pops are made using a variety of ingredients, Including

  • Sweeteners (Sugar & Corn Syrup)
  • Gum Base
  • Citric Acid
  • Artificial Flavors & Colors
  • Turmeric Coloring
  • Preservative “BHT”
  • Glycerin

Are Blow Pops Halal?

The answer is YES. Blow Pops are considered halal. They don’t have haram ingredients such as gelatin, wine, or alcohol. The ingredient that may be doubtable is Glycerin, but according to tootsie, their candies are free from animal ingredients.

So, Blow Pops are considered suitable for Muslims.

Are Blow Pops Vegan?

Fortunately, Blow Pops are vegan. Blow Pops doesn’t have any Gelatin or derived animal ingredients, making them an excellent option for vegans.

So, you can add this candy to your favorite vegan lollipops or candies.

Are Blow Pops Gluten Free?

There are no gluten-containing ingredients or their derivatives; they are also made in a facility that doesn’t handle gluten, which makes them suitable for those with celiac or gluten sensitivity.

Final Thought

Blow Pops do not contain any derived animal or insect ingredients, Also free from alcoholic traces. So it is allowed on a halal diet. And are considered safe for Muslims. Additionally, they are vegan-friendly and Gluten Free.


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