Skittles Sour Bite Size Candies Theater Box

Wrigley

$3.50 

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Maybe you were a fan of the sweet fruit flavor of Skittles when you were a kid, but now you go for candy with a little more punch. We’re happy to tell you that you can easily crank up the intensity on your childhood favorite with this yummy theater box of Sour Skittles! It’s a generous portion of chewy, fruity, sour goodness that will make you think about Skittles candy in a whole new way. Order now!

Flavors: Grape, Green Apple, Lemon, Orange and Strawberry

Box Contains: approximately 29 servings

  • Gluten Free

3.5 oz.

Ingredients:

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

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