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Warheads Gummy Worms Candy 142g

  • Warheads Gummy Worms Candy 141g
  • Super sour worm sweets
  • Imported from the US of A

£1.49

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The early bird catches the worm, or not in this case. They’re colourful, wriggly, sour and a totally delicious treat – but not for birds. They’re Warheads Gummy Worms Candy in a 142g bag packed with tastily fruity, neon coloured sour worm sweets. If you’ve ever had any other gummy worms candy, we’re willing to bet top dollar that they’re not as sour as these challenging little guys.

What better way to start the day for your brain than waking it up with a bag of explosively sour, yet so so tasty pack of Warheads Gummy Worms Candy? Warheads are sour or tart candy made in Janesville, Wisconsin that were originally manufactured in Taiwan in 1975 but that company was later purchased by Impact Confections. These are a very popular candy with American teens, which is exactly the reason why we know you’ll love every single one of the wriggly sour gummy worms, at least for as long as you can stand the powerfully sour taste! If you love sour candies you might want to take a look at Toxic Waste Hazardously Sour Candy and Warheads Sour Twists.

Warheads Sour Gummy Worms Ingredients and Nutrition:

Nutrients Per Serving Per 100g
Calories 110kcal 367kcal
Energy 460kJ 1534kJ
Fat
Saturated Fat
Carbohydrates 25g 83g
Sugar 16g 53g
Protein 1g 3.3g
Salt
Sodium

Sour Worm Sweets

Sugar, Corn Syrup, Modified Corn Starch, Gelatine, Citric Acid, Lactic Acid, Colours (E171, E129, E102, E110, E133), Natural and Artificial Flavour.

Nutrition Warnings: May contain milk, soy, peanuts, and wheat. E102, E110, and E129 may have an adverse effect on activity and attention in children.

We know, we know we are absolutely a sweet, candy and chocolate company and we totally love having you as one of our sweetest customers, please enjoy these bags of Warheads Gummy Worms candy¬† in moderation – your health is very important. Please refrain from purchasing 20 bags and having them for dinner, that’s not a very good idea!

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