Mike and Ike Berry Blast Chewy Candies Theater Box

Just Born

$3.50 

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Old Fashioned Candies from the 1940s

Make your next movie night a blast with the Mike and Ike Berry Blast Chewy Candies. These yummy candy gems are perfectly chewy and filled with the intense taste of extreme fruity goodness! Mike and Ike Berry Blast flavours include Wild Berry, Blue Raspberry, Strawberry, Blueberry and Peach Berry. For a 'Berry" sweet candy experience nothing else will do but the satisfying, delicious chew of Mike and Ike Berry Blast in a Theater Pack!

  • Made in the USA
  • Kosher Certified Parve
  • Gluten Free

5 oz.

Ingredients:

Sugar, corn syrup, modified food starch, fruit juice from concentrate (pear, orange, strawberry, cherry, lime, lemon), contains less than 2% of the following: citric acid, malic acid, fumaric acid, sodium citrate, natural and artificial flavors, dextrin, confectioner's glaze, carnauba wax, medium chain triglycerides, red 40, blue 1, yellow 5 (tartrazine).

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