Sugar-Free Line Now Richer and Creamier With a Lower Glycemic Index

In time for tricks and treats

| Oct 1, 2005

Just in time for tricks and treats, Hershey’s has reformulated its line of sugar-free candies to offer consumers “a richer, creamier taste and texture.”

They are also introducing two new varieties to the sugar-free line: Twizzlers Strawberry Twists and Reese’s White Peanut Butter Cup Miniatures.

According to Hershey’s, all chocolate products in the sugar-free line have a low glycemic index, and many of them are also a source of fiber.

The reformulated sugar-free products retail for 99 cents (single serving) and $1.99 (take-home bag).

Source: The Hershey Co.

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Categories: Food News, Glycemic Index & Carb Counting


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