Skittles Original Bite Size Candies Theater Box

Wrigley

$3.50 

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Skittles Candy lets you taste the rainbow.

For a sweetly exquisite taste of the rainbow, only Skittles Original Bite Size Candies will do! This retro candy has been tempting our taste buds since 1979! What movie night would be complete without the classic and colourful addition of the Skittles Original Bite Size Candies? Comes in a plethora of deluxe and delicious fruity flavours including Lemon, Grape, Cherry, Green Apple and Orange. There is no need to just pick out certain colours, as every Skittle is bursting with sublime taste! The Skittles Original Bite Size Candies in a Theater Box will turn any movie into a tasty adventure!
3.5 oz.

Ingredients:

Sugar, corn syrup, hydrogenated palm kernel oil, less than 2% of: citric acid, tapioca dextrin, modified corn starch, natural and artificial flavors, colors (red 40 lake, titanium dioxide, red 40, yellow 5 lake, yellow 5, yellow 6 lake, yellow 6, blue 2 lake, blue 1, blue 1 lake), sodium citrate, carnauba wax.

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