It’s important to note that specific ingredients and formulations may change over time. Always read your labels carefully before eating, and speak with your doctor about any specific concerns you may have.
Any proteins and cross-contamination risks are listed on packaging in plain terms (like wheat, barley, and rye instead of less recognizable names), so they are easy to spot. If gluten could possibly be in the mix through processing or packaging, there should be a “may be present” statement on the label to help you avoid any cross-contamination.
Wrigley makes products ranging from its popular Double mint gum to Skittles, Starburst, and more. The company goes on to explain that “ingredients and formulas may vary between regions.” Regardless, the label should give you all the information you need to know.
However, these candies may be exposed to gluten while they’re being made or packaged, leading to possible cross-contamination. To find out specifics on your favorite types of candy, the company encourages you to use the Contact Us form to get in touch with its Consumer Relations team.
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I’ve put together a list of some of the more popular brands of candy you may be wondering about. • Almond Joy (all except almond joy pieces candy) • Heath Bars • Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Kisses • Hershey’s Filled Chocolate Kisses • Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bar (1.55 oz.