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Altoids Dark Chocolate Dipped Creme De Menthe

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Wrigley is typically good at ingredient labeling.

The ingredients for this product are:

Semisweet chocolate (suger, cocoa liquor processed with alkali, cocoa butter, soy (lecithin, natural vanilla flavor),sugar, natural and artificial flavors, acacia, gelatin, confectioner's glaze, corn syrup, and modified corn starch.

It does contain the warning; "Made on equipment that also processes peanuts, tree nuts, milk, and wheat.

My understanding of Wrigley is that they label very well, and they have strict equipment cleaning policies/procedures.

There is a myriad of products that many of us consume that are processed on shared equipment - particularly when we eat at restaurants (I only visit four myself).

My question isn't that of risk - I understand that - my question is if anyone out there eats these particular altoids (Dark Chocolate Dipped Creme De Menthe) and if so, has anyone had any reactions or problems with them?

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Wrigley is typically good at ingredient labeling.

The ingredients for this product are:

Semisweet chocolate (suger, cocoa liquor processed with alkali, cocoa butter, soy (lecithin, natural vanilla flavor),sugar, natural and artificial flavors, acacia, gelatin, confectioner's glaze, corn syrup, and modified corn starch.

It does contain the warning; "Made on equipment that also processes peanuts, tree nuts, milk, and wheat.

My understanding of Wrigley is that they label very well, and they have strict equipment cleaning policies/procedures.

There is a myriad of products that many of us consume that are processed on shared equipment - particularly when we eat at restaurants (I only visit four myself).

My question isn't that of risk - I understand that - my question is if anyone out there eats these particular altoids (Dark Chocolate Dipped Creme De Menthe) and if so, has anyone had any reactions or problems with them?

I've never tried them. I eat regular altoids all the time. I was hoping someone would respond to you because they sound good and I want to eat them. I found this online, but you seem to already know this much anyway. So yeah, if anyone has an answer to if these have been 'safe' when eaten or not, let us know!

"Thank you for writing to inquire about ingredients used in Wrigley products. The following is a list of U.S. Wrigley products that remain free of any wheat, oat, rye or barley gluten: Wrigley

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