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    Kosher Gluten-free Candy and Sweets for Passover

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    Celiac.com 04/03/2015 - This list will help you find gluten-free candy and confections that are kosher for Passover.

    You can order kosher candy from a number of online purveyors, including onlykoshercandy.com. and candyfavorites.com.



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    Gluten-free Kosher Candy Items Include:

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    Kosher Gluten-free Candy and Sweets for PassoverILLINOIS NUT 8 CANDY/RAISING THE CANDY BAR:

    • Passover Chocolate Frogs
    • Passover Chocolate Locust
    • Passover Chocolate Kos Miriam
    • Passover Chocolate Mousse Cup
    • Passover Green Frogs
    • Passover White Baking Bar
    • Wild beasts

    MANISCHEWITZ:

    • Caramel Cashew Patties
    • Dark Chocolate Almond Bark
    • Dark Chocolate Macaroons
    • Dark Chocolate Covered Marshmallows with Nuts
    • Dark Chocolate Covered Potato Chips
    • Dark Chocolate Seder Plate
    • Hazelnut Truffles
    • Fruit Slices Gift Pack
    • Magic Max Cotton Candy
    • Milk Chocolate Almond Butter Cups
    • Milk Chocolate Frolic Bears
    • Milk Chocolate Lollycones
    • Mini Marshmallows
    • Peppermint Patties
    • Raspberry Jell Bars
    • Tender Coconut Patties
    • Toasted Coconut Marshmallows
    • Ultimate Triple Chocolate Macaroons
    • Viennese Crunch
    • White Marshmallows

    PASKEZ:

    • Assorted Ball Pops
    • Assorted Hazelnut Truffles
    • Camille Bloch Torino Swiss Milk Chocolate
    • Camille Bloch Torino Filled Dairy Chocolate
    • Camille Bloch Torino Filled Pareve Chocolate
    • Camille Bloch Torino Swiss Milk White Chocolate
    • Camille Bloch Ragusa Jubile Dairy Chocolate
    • Camille Bloch Torino Swiss Dark Parve Chocolate
    • Chocolate Seder Plate
    • Chocolate Bonbenniere
    • Chocolate Bon Bons
    • Chocolate Chips
    • Cocoa Powder
    • Creme De Menthe Chocolate
    • Fruit Leathers
    • Fruit Taffy
    • Gummys and Sours—ALL
    • Truffle Chocolates—ALL
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    Jefferson Adams is Celiac.com's senior writer and Digital Content Director. He earned his B.A. and M.F.A. at Arizona State University, and has authored more than 2,500 articles on celiac disease. His coursework includes studies in science, scientific methodology, biology, anatomy, medicine, logic, and advanced research. He previously served as SF Health News Examiner for Examiner.com, and devised health and medical content for Sharecare.com. Jefferson has spoken about celiac disease to the media, including an appearance on the KQED radio show Forum, and is the editor of the book "Cereal Killers" by Scott Adams and Ron Hoggan, Ed.D.


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