Isn’t it the best feeling when you see a child’s eyes light up as you offer them candy? If you’re health conscious, however, there’s probably a tiny part of you that cringes because you KNOW what’s in it. With organic candy, there is no guilt!
provides “Better For You Candy” to North Americans. Although sugar content is typically high in any candy, Pure Fun manufactures and distributes old-fashioned candy similar to what our parents and grandparents enjoyed as children.
Were there food allergies and intolerances back then? Maybe. But you didn’t really hear much about it.
Today, with all the synthetic ingredients found in most products, it seems like every second person has some sort of digestive or health issue!
Unlike most candy products today, Pure Fun promises their products are:
- USDA Organic Certified (soon to be certified organic in Canada)
- Gluten Free
- GMO Free
- Fair Trade
- Kosher Pareve / Vegan
- Dairy & Casein Free
- Fat Free & Cholesterol Free
- Preservative & Pesticide Free
There’s a lot of free in that list!
Made with organic brown rice syrup, organic evaporated cane juice, natural flavours (peppermint oil) and natural colours (organic fruit juice), Pure Fun candy is ideal for children and adults who suffer from food allergies and intolerances.
For all this, plus the peace of mind you get from serving such quality, Pure Fun is asking for less than $0.40 for each large candy cane and $0.25 for two mini canes. The retail price of a box of 12 large candy canes will run you about $4 and a box of small candy canes goes for about $14 per pound.
Now, edible tree bling is one thing but Pure Fun doesn’t stop there. Check out their products and you might just find a couple of gift ideas in there for the health nuts on your list!
(The Root Beer Barrels are my favourite!)
You can buy Pure Fun candy at Whole Foods and other smart retailers across the U.S. and Canada.
If you’re in the U.S., look for Pure Fun candy canes at Whole Foods, Kroeger and independent natural food stores. If you’re in Toronto, try looking in your local Loblaws and Pharma Plus; and if you’re in Quebec, look for Pure Fun candy canes in Metro and Sobeys!
This holiday season, will you dress your tree up in organic candy canes?