INGREDIENTS:Sugar, corn syrup, butter, whey, salt, soy lecithin (emulsifier), artificially flavored with vanillin.
Manufactured in a facility that processes hazelnuts and other nuts.
COMPANY INFORMATION:Storck USA L.P.
Chicago, Illinois 60610
United States of America
Made in Germany
August Storck KG
A word about Gluten from the folks at Storck:
Based on the guidelines of the German association for celiac disease, products with a gluten content less than 200 ppm (20mg/100g) can be named as "Gluten Free". The 200 ppm limit is also a well known international guidance level based on the codex alimentarius. The following [Storck] products fall below this limit:
Werther's Original Hard candyUnfortunately we can not say that our products are completely gluten free because some of our co-suppliers may have used gluten for another manufacturer and it may be in their lines. So to be sure, and to avoid becoming ill, we recommend that you only purchase those products that you know positively are gluten free.
Werther's Original Chewy candy
SOURCE: Company Web Site
UPDATED ON: 2/20/2006
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