Tuesday, April 30, 2013

UNREAL Candy Avoids Nefarious Ingredients of Most Candies

I satisfy my sweet tooth with dark chocolate, maple syrup, raw honey and molasses, but these stand-alones don't work for everyone.

For those with a hankering for candy, getting one's fix and not poisoning oneself are, for the most part, not possible. However, a friend just sent me a link to a YouTube video for UNREAL candy, which doesn't contain corn syrups, partially hydrogenated oils, artificial colorants, genetically-engineered ingredients and preservatives. These, as anyone who has read the ingredient list of a candy bar knows, are the staples of junk food.


UNREAL makes five candies, cleaner versions of M&M's (plain and peanut), Snickers, Milky Way and Reese's peanut butter cups. I had tried UNREAL candy about a year ago but had forgotten about it until my friend's email. Since I am not a candy guy, I am not the best judge of flavor, but I did want to let everyone know of its existence. Only a couple of the ingredients used are organic, but, again, these bars are infinitely better than the other stuff for sale.


Click here to find stores that sell UNREAL candy, but it seems there is national distribution via CVS and Target stores. And here's the video (click here to watch if you are receiving The Delicious Truth via email):

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I just bought these for my dye sensitive 3 year old for potty training. He loves the colors and since he really never had many "real" M & M's has no real comparison.
Now if I can only find a dye free pain releiver that doesnt contain sodium benzoate I would be happy.

Michael Hausan said...

It is lovely post.I am inspired from it.I will come back as soon.
Thanks for sharing.

Denise Castillo said...

*Sigh* Organic junkfood is still junkfood. If you're going to switch to real food, then be real about it.