Are Fruitella Sweets Vegetarian? Not All Flavors!

Fruitella sweets are a fruit-flavored candy manufactured by Perfetti Van Melle. These candies are known for their soft and chewy texture and come in a variety of fruit flavors, including strawberry, raspberry, blackcurrant, and lemon.

But are they vegetarian? Let’s find out.

Fruitella candies are available in a range of packaging options, including rolls, packs, and tubes, making them a convenient snack option for on-the-go.

They are popular among children and adults and are widely available in many countries around the world.

In general, the ingredients used in Fruitella include sugar, glucose syrup, palm oil, citric acid, fruit juice concentrates, natural flavors, food coloring and gelatin.

With the exception of Koalas and Sour Snakes, which are gelatin free.

So, are Fruitella sweets vegetarian? Unfortunately NO. Most Fruitella sweets are not vegetarian. They contain animal derived ingredients (gelatin which is derived from animal collagen).

Only Sour Snakes and Koalas Fruitella are suitable for vegans and vegetarians. As they are free from gelatin.

Please note that the exact ingredients used in Fruitella may vary depending on the country in which it is manufactured.

If you are a vegetarian, it is best to check the ingredients list on the packaging to ensure that the product you are consuming is free from animal-derived ingredients.

In conclusion, while some Fruitella flavors are generally considered to be vegetarian-friendly, most flavors contain gelatin and therefore are not suitable for vegetarians.

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