Last Updated on October 28, 2022 by Jim Edwards
Originally from France, Eiffel Bon Bons are bite-sized chewable spheres, about the size of a garbanzo bean or a hazelnut. Though the chewy candies aren’t all completely consistent in size or color, in the case of the Blue Raspberry ones, they are all light blue in color with dark blue flecks.
The soft and tangy center of the Eiffel Bon Bons is covered by a powdery yet delicate, non-crunchy shell. This chewy treat has a sweet and sugary smell, similar to that of cotton candy.
Regardless of where you are, a bite of Eiffel Bon Bons will have you daydreaming of walking the quaint boulevards of Paris on a fresh spring day. Available in three fruity eye-popping flavors; strawberry, apple, and blue raspberry, the juiciness of the Parisian treats will make your tastebuds sing!
Eiffel Bon Bons are produced and distributed under the name of the Foreign Candy Company, which sells these treats in bulk to foreign language teachers for fundraising events.
3 Exciting Flavors of the Eiffel Bon Bons in a 9 Bag Variety Pack
The packaging of Eiffel Bon Bons is fun and creative. However, its color depends upon the flavor you opt for. A transparent window peeks in at the soft, chewy, tangy treats, making the anticipation of opening the pack nearly unbearable.
There is a logo of the ever-famous Eiffel tower on the top left corner of Eiffel Bon Bons and a fun cartoon of a bonbon in a stereotypical French representation. All of the graphical representations point towards the fact that the treat is a French imposter. The 9 Bag Variety Pack of Eiffel Bon Bons contains three delicious flavors:
- Blue Raspberry
However, in case you want more flavors, opt for the Eiffel Bon Bons Chewy Candy 5-Flavor Variety pack. It contains a total of 10 items, two packets of each of the five flavors; apple, blue raspberry, strawberry, caramel, and cherry.
Eiffel Bon Bons Nutrition Information
Eiffel Bon Bons are chewy, mildly tart treats that are manufactured from naturally delicious ingredients to give you the pure apple, blue raspberry, and strawberry flavors. The production process of the chewy French candy doesn’t include any nuts, which makes it the perfect choice for everyone who’s allergic. However, if you are a vegan or a vegetarian, note that Eiffel Bon Bons contain pork gelatin, making them inedible for you.
The following information represents the data of a 35g pack or 23 pieces of Eiffel Bon Bons:
- Calories: 130
- Calories from Fat: 20
- Total Fat: 2g or 3%
- Saturated Fat: 2g or 9%
- Trans Fat: 0g
- Sodium: 0mg
- Cholesterol: 0mg
- Total Carbohydrate: 27g or 9%
- Sugars: 19g
- Protein: 0g
What Are the Main Ingredients?
The main ingredients of Eiffel Bon Bons include wheat syrup, sugar, water, dextrose, hydrogenated coconut oil, citric acid, pork gelatin, sorbitol, artificial flavor, artificial color (red 3), and glycerol monostearate (an emulsifier).
MunchPak Snack Review: Eiffel Bon Bons (Strawberry)
Still can’t decide whether to try the French candy or not? Eiffel Bon Bons are the chewiest candies you’ll ever sink your teeth into! Word of caution: make sure none of your teeth are loose before you decide to bite in! Check out this video about the Eiffel Bon Bons in strawberry. It will give you an idea of the yumminess you can expect from the bite-sized treats!
Eiffel Bon Bons – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Are Eiffel Bon Bons a French candy?
Yes. Eiffel Bon Bons are chewy, mildly tart treats that are manufactured in France from naturally delicious ingredients for authentic flavors.
What are the ingredients in Eiffel Bon Bons?
The ingredients used to manufacture Eiffel Bon Bons are as follows: wheat syrup, sugar, water, dextrose, hydrogenated coconut oil, citric acid, pork gelatin, sorbitol, artificial flavor, sucrose ester of fatty acid artificial color, and glycerol monostearate.
Are Eiffel Bon Bons vegan?
No Eiffel Bon Bons are not vegan as they contain pork gelatin.
How many calories does a bag of Eiffel Bon Bons have?
A single 35g bag of Eiffel Bon Bons comprising 23 pieces has 130 calories.
Where are Eiffel Bon Bons made?
They are made in France.
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