Looking for a specific kind of sugar free candy

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debdog42
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Looking for a specific kind of sugar free candy - Thu, 10/10/13 8:40 PM
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Can anybody help me find sugar free chocolate covered cherries and/or sugar free chocolate creme drops? I'm hoping someone has bought them and they were good!

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Re:Looking for a specific kind of sugar free candy - Fri, 10/11/13 12:06 PM

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Re:Looking for a specific kind of sugar free candy - Fri, 10/11/13 12:32 PM
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Just keep in mind, the sweetener used in "sugar free" confections is usually Malitol. Consume too much, and you will be spending a lot of time in the bathroom!

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Re:Looking for a specific kind of sugar free candy - Fri, 10/11/13 8:35 PM
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My diabetic doctor told me unless I consume a huge amount of candy-one is better off with a regular piece of candy.

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Re:Looking for a specific kind of sugar free candy - Mon, 01/13/14 5:16 PM
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I know you posted your question months ago, but in case you are still interested, the sugar free chocolates from Good's are really yummy.  My parents were sent some as a gift and everyone gobbled them up without even realizing they were sugar free.
www.goodscandyshop.com 

 
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