Snowflakes Candy: Sugar-free Candy Mints
It’s no coincidence that all it takes to make Snowflakes Candy is two things: Xylitol from responsibly-sourced birch bark and natural flavor. Simple, sweet, delicious!
Add to that a chilling sensation and a satisfying crunch in every unique “Snowflake,” and you have a truly great candy.
Certified Products include:
|[toggles title=”Snowflakes Peppermint”]Treat your senses to the chilliest of mints, the coolest of SNØ.[/toggles]||[toggles title=”Snowflakes Lemon”]The smooth, sweet, sunny side of lemon – pucker-free![/toggles]|
|[toggles title=”Snowflakes Spearmint”]Treat yourself to the spectacular mouth chilling and breath freshening of real spearmint.[/toggles]||[toggles title=”Snowflakes Black Cherry”]Tantalize your taste buds with the bold intensity of ripe black cherries.[/toggles]|
|[toggles title=”Snowflakes Wintergreen”]The brisk taste of this winterberry (it’s a real berry!) is a taste-bud tantalizer.[/toggles]||[toggles title=”Snowflakes Tropical Mix”]Flavors of cool papaya, guava, and mango combine to create a mountaintop experience on a sunny beach.[/toggles]|
|[toggles title=”Snowflakes Strawberry”]A flavor burst of sweet, succulent, sun-kissed strawberries. They taste like summer.[/toggles]||[toggles title=”Snowflakes Cinnamon”]Warm cinnamon, cool candy; a paradox in your mouth.[/toggles]|
|[toggles title=”Snowflakes Blue Raspberry”]The sweet, bright taste of the rarest of berries will leave you anything but blue.[/toggles]||[toggles title=”Snowflakes Watermelon”]Immerse yourself in the intense watermelon flavor you loved as a kid, while protecting your pearly whites.[/toggles]|
As more consumers demand transparency in their food and shift toward healthier options, new brands and products have stepped up to the challenge and delivered. Snowflakes Candy is no different.
Realizing health conscious confections were virtually non existence, Snowflakes has helped filled the void with a unique sugar-free candy made with only two ingredients, all-natural birch xylitol (zì-li-tòl) and natural flavors.
Xylitol is a natural sweetener found in various vegetables and fruits such as strawberries, plums, raspberries, and mushrooms as well as corn husk and birch bark. It’s equal in sweetness to sugar but contains 40% fewer calories and 75% fewer carbohydrates.
This groundbreaking candy is made possible with Snowflakes’ proprietary manufacturing process which allows them to naturally harden the xylitol without using additional ingredients, which is key to Snowflakes’ mission of remaining a minimal ingredient product. But Snowflakes’ conception and uniqueness were purely unintentional.
“I noticed new companies and healthy products showing up on every store shelf except in the candy aisle,” says Kenney Joyal, owner of Snowflakes. “But at that point I didn’t know anything about candy, other than I like to eat it!”
So with no background in the food business or CPG, Joyal began to experiment in his home kitchen with natural sugar substitutes and sustainable ingredients. A few weeks later, Snowflakes was born.
They began in 2014 with five original flavors to test the market and get consumer feedback. After a few recipe adjustments, Joyal cold-called his first distributor and they bought all his inventory. “It was at that exact moment I knew we were onto something,” remembers Joyal. Snowflakes then expanded to 10 flavors in 2015 and just recently introduced a line of Snowflakes Sours.
With only two ingredients, Snowflakes claims to be the purest and healthiest sugar-free candy on the market today. They’re gluten-free, fat-free, non-GMO, vegan, and contain no soy, dairy, corn, preservatives, hardeners, fillers, or artificial colors. Snowflakes are also diabetic-friendly and the natural birch xylitol offers a myriad of oral and health benefits, including relieving dry mouth and preventing cavity-causing bacteria from sticking to your teeth.
When eating Snowflakes, the xylitol creates an endothermic reaction, meaning it literally absorbs the heat in your mouth, leaving you with a cool and refreshed feeling. Snowflakes also stimulate your saliva glands and makes your mouth water. Coupling these two sensations in one piece of candy creates an indescribable effect most have never experienced.
“It’s fun to see people’s reaction when they open a tin and try Snowflakes for the first time. Like real snowflakes, no two pieces are ever the same size or shape. So you can pick out a small piece, big piece, thick, thin, whatever you want at that exact moment,” says Joyal.
>Snowflakes are available in traditional flavors like peppermint, cinnamon, and lemon, and fun flavors like blue raspberry, sour black cherry, and tropical mix.
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What are Snowflakes?
Answer: Snowflakes are flavored xylitol chips. Our xylitol is made from birch bark here in the USA.
What is the cooling sensation I experience what I eat Snowflakes?
Answer: Xylitol creates what is called an endothermic reaction, meaning every little piece of Snowflakes is literally absorbing the heat in your mouth, leaving you with that cool and refreshed feeling.
Is Xylitol safe for children?
Answer: Xylitol is completely safe for children of any age but Snowflakes can be a choking hazard. For that reason, we don’t recommend them for children under the age of 5.
Are Snowflakes safe in case if you’re pregnant or nursing?
Answer: Absolutely. The American Pregnancy Association lists xylitol as a sweetener considered safe for consumption during pregnancy. In fact, xylitol is not only safe for pregnant and nursing women, but studies show that regular use significantly reduces the transmission of Streptococcus mutans (responsible for tooth decay) from mother to child during the first two years of life by as much as 80%.
Where is it made?
Answer: Snowflakes are made in the USA.
Are Snowflakes safe for diabetics?
Answer: Yes. Our candy will NOT impact insulin levels, making it an excellent choice for those on a diabetic diet. Glycemic index- 7
Are Snowflakes gluten free?
Do Snowflakes contain any common food allergens such as wheat, nut, dairy, egg, etc.?
Answer: No, our candy contains absolutely no common allergens. Snowflakes are made in a peanut-free facility and are regularly tested for any form of cross-contamination.
What is the shelf life?
Answer: Snowflakes are better if enjoyed within two years.
Do Snowflakes contain any bioengineered or genetically modified ingredients?
Answer: Absolutely not, Snowflakes is comprised of only two ingredients, xylitol and the flavor oil.
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