Blow Pops are a popular type of lollipop that is filled with bubble gum and is enjoyed by many people around the world in a variety of flavors. However, if you avoid consuming gelatin for dietary or religious reasons, you may wonder whether Blow Pops contains this ingredient.
In this article, I will help you determine whether you can include these candies in your diet or lifestyle or if you need to avoid them. Let’s get started!
About Blow Pops & Their Ingredients
Charms, a subsidiary of Tootsie Roll Industries, produces and distributes Blow Pops, which are lollipops with bubble gum centers surrounded by a hard candy shell.
The ingredients used to make candies specifically focus on lollipops and bubble gum, including Sugar, Corn Syrup, Gum Base, Citric Acid, Starch, Artificial Flavors, Glycerin, Artificial Colors (including FD&C Red 40, FD&C Blue 1), Turmeric Coloring, BHT added as a preservative.
Do Blow Pops Have Gelatin or Pork
Blow Pops do not contain any gelatin or derivatives thereof. They are also manufactured in a facility that does not handle gelatin or pork components, making them suitable for those who avoid consuming pork or gelatin-based ingredients.
Note: The glycerin used in Blow Pops is derived from plants, so it is not of animal origin
Blow Pops contain no animal or insect-derived components and are also free from alcohol residues, which means they are gelatin and pork-free
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