A delicious, healthy sugar-free candy. Only three ingredients: xylitol, apple flavor and organic citric acid. This unique candy is sweetened with real birch xylitol. It is GMO free, as well as wheat, soy, dairy, corn, and gluten free!
If chewing gum is hard on your teeth, Snowflakes can make a great substitute. Same health benefits as in our xylitol gum, only in a hand-cracked candy form.
Experience the dental benefits of xylitol for a truly healthy and enjoyable treat to freshen breath or just satisfy a sweet tooth. For oral health, two to three pieces after a meal will help coat and protect your teeth against harmful cavity-causing bacteria.
Xylitol is a natural sweetener found in the bark of birch trees and other fruits and vegetables that helps prevent tooth decay and plaque. Pure xylitol is a white crystalline substance that looks and tastes like sugar without the harmful side affects. It is as sweet as sugar with 40% fewer calories and 75% fewer carbohydrates. Absorbed by the body slower than sugar, it has a fresh and cooling affect with no aftertaste.
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.