Nutritional information, intolerance and allergies

Candies are products that children enjoy almost instinctively. They are made with a nice texture, bright colors, a sweet smell and taste palatable so that stimulate and reward the senses. And it’s not just kid stuff: many adults also find irresistible jelly beans.

Because they are so tempting, they are a great reward to convert a “normal” day in an “extraordinary” day. It is the product that will never fail at parties, birthdays and special days in the life of your children.

Taken in moderation, sweets can be included in the diet of almost any child or adult, as currently take into account the special needs when preparing them. They are made without ingredients that can cause allergies and food intolerances, and there are sugarless candy for diabetics.

They are a very comfortable complement to carry and to consume when you need an extra supply of energya, such as during physical exercise.

Learn to take advantage of this product so appealing to reward yourself and to reward your children while teaching them to consume responsibly.

  • On average, caramel provides approximately 40 Kcal (450 Kcal per 100 g).
  • It is not advisable to give candy to babies: avoid consumption up to 3 years.

Allergies and intolerances. Special needs