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If the ingredients don't list wheat, barley or malt, the odds are EXTREMELY high that it's gluten-free.

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Sure hope soo. I've eatten half a bag this last week without problem, and I'm really sensitive to gluten but haven't had any problems so far.

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I have had glutening symptoms for the past week....and the only thing I can point to at this point are those dang delicious candy cane kisses i have been eating for the last week or so! they do have "tocopherols" in them.....and sometimes those are gluten based!

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It is a huge relief to see that others have had bad reactions to these kisses. I have been eating them for past 5 days and have had such pain. I didn't make the connection till last night. What tremendous pain I was having. Let us know if someone discovers what the issue is with these delicious yet deadly kisses. I ate the candy cane ones just to be more specific.

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I react to mint -- anything mint.....I know mint is supposed to be a tummy smoother but it kills me.. belly ache, headache..Tocophenols to my knowledge does not have anything to do with wheat...

Some people have trouble with Hersey products no matter which ones.. I do not have troubles with Hersey just anything mint....

You can call Hersey to speak to a live person on Monday...

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Please always contact the company to see if a candy or product is gluten free. Judging whether you get sick or not is not a good form of measurement. Sometimes you can get "glutened" and not even feel symptoms. These candies ARE NOT gluten-free

 

Hershey’s Candy Cane Kisses (the white and red peppermint ones) are NOT gluten-free. 

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1 hour ago, aaa said:

Please always contact the company to see if a candy or product is gluten free. Judging whether you get sick or not is not a good form of measurement. Sometimes you can get "glutened" and not even feel symptoms. These candies ARE NOT gluten-free

 

Hershey’s Candy Cane Kisses (the white and red peppermint ones) are NOT gluten-free. 

The info in this thread is at least 6 years old. Products change over time so it is a good idea to re-check ingredients before eating.

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