Ice Chips® candies -- while healthy, sugar-free and safe for diabetics -- are nothing like the healthy candy you have tried in the past. They burst with flavor and grab your attention.
The Xylitol in Ice Chips® is processed with American Birchwood. Cinnamon Ice Chips® are GMO free and Vegan, with no corn, sugar, soy, wheat, gluten or dairy.
Enjoy Ice Chips® throughout the day to keep your breath fresh and your teeth healthier! Allow Ice Chips® to dissolve slowly in your mouth, coating your teeth. Dentists recommend four to eight servings a day to receive the full oral health benefits of Xylitol.
1.0 gram per 1-2 pieces
Berry, Cherry, Chocolate Brownie, Cinnamon, Clove+, Coffee & Cream, Cranberry, Egg Nog, Ginger, Lemon, Licorice, Menthol Eucalyptus, Orange Cream, Peppermint, Pina Colada, Pumpkin Spice, Root Beer, Salted Caramel, Sour Apple, Spearmint, Strawberry Daiquiri, Wintergreen
Ice Chips, Snowflakes
Not Strong Tasting
Reviewed by: Charles from Las Vegas on 1/13/2014
Xylitol may be toxic to pets.
The actual product shipped may differ in ways which Homestead Market considers to be non-material from the description of the product set forth herein. Pictures and listed ingredients may not reflect manufacturer up-dates, new formulas and re-formulations. Please inspect the product closely upon receipt and contact Homestead Market if you are not satisfied with the product which you receive.
This product should be used only in accordance with the manufacturer s instructions. Please read all information about the product before use. Pay particular attention to any warnings or cautionary statements from the manufacturer. If you are uncertain about the use of a product, consult the manufacturer before using the product.
Please keep xylitol away from pets. Although xylitol has many benefits for people, it can cause serious health risks for dogs. Canine consumption of xylitol can cause a sudden drop in blood sugar which may result in depression, loss of coordination, seizures, liver failure or may even be fatal. Call your veterinarian immediately if you suspect your dog has consumed any amount of xylitol.