Hi-Chew Green Apple Fruit Chews Candy

Morinaga & Company



The Famous Fruity Chewy Candy from Japan

New Packaging & Box Count

With the fresh and exquisite taste of Green Apple, Hi-Chew Green Apple Fruit Chews Candy, are both sweet and tart. An ultra delicious candy that is packed full of vibrant and fresh, intense flavour. Hi-Chew Green Apple Fruit Chews Candy has a smooth and soft texture and is the chewiest candy you'll ever find! A longlasting candy that will greatly satisfy your tastebuds!
10 individually wrapped pieces in each stick.
  • Individually Wrapped
  • 10 pieces in each stick
  • Made in the USA

1.76 oz. Sticks | 15 Count Box


Glucose syrup, sugar, hydrogenated palm kernel oil, gelatin, apple concentrated juice, DL-malic acid, citric acid, natural and artificial flavours, emulsifiers (sucrose fatty acid esters, sorbitan monostearate). Made in a facility that also processes milk and soybeans.

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