Last Updated on October 28, 2022 by Jim Edwards
Twin Snakes candy is a unique candy that consists of a pair of two gummy snakes that are attached at the end. That’s why they are TWINS, get it? It gets even better, because each snake has a different flavor and each pair contains one sour snake and one sweet snake!
Wait, it gets even better…the core of the dummies are the original haribo gummy bear base so if you love gummy candies, these re awesome. And if you eat them together you will get sweet + sour + gummy flavors in each bite! Or you can pull them apart and eat them separately too. Or eat one and share the other with a friend. There are so many ways to enjoy them which makes it part of the fun.
Twin Snakes Flavors
There are a few delicious twin snakes flavors:
- Cherry & Orange
- Apple & Lemon
- Blueberry & Blackcurrant
The Haribo Twin Snakes are popular worldwide especially with children because of the snake candy shape which is fun and “dangerous.” And the cool and fun green package with the animated snake cartoon and of course the sweet and sour twin combo. It is yet another fun creation from The Happy World of Haribo.
Twin Snakes Candy is produced since 1920. This is majorly manufactured by Haribo company located in Germany.
Twin Snake Candy Ingredients and Calories
The company uses a wide range of ingredients to make Twin Snakes Candy. This is the ingredient list:
- Glucose syrup
- Citric acid
- Malic acid
- Flavors (artificial)
- Carnauba wax
- Yellow beeswax
- Palm kernel oil
- White beeswax
- Natural flavors
- Tartaric acid
Twin Snakes Calories and Nutrition Information
Each serving of Twin Snakes Candy is 160 calories. It contains 38g carbohydrates, 19gram sugar, and 3g of protein.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Where Are Haribo Twins Snakes Candy Manufactured?
The product is manufactured and exported from Germany by Haribo, who makes a lot of interesting gummy candies.
Are Twin Snakes Candy Still Available?
Yes, Haribo Twin Snakes Candy is still manufactured and you can buy using the links we have in this article.
Do These Have Artificial Colors?
Yes, their ingredients contain artificial colors like red40, yellow5, and blue1.
Are These Processed In A Facility That Has Nuts?
Yes, the company it is manufactured in also produces products that contain nuts in it. So, if you have a nut allergy, we don’t recommend you this product.
Are the Twin Snakes Gluten-Free?
No, they are not gluten free. Haribo, the company that makes them, uses some ingredients that contain wheat in their factory so they cannot guarantee no cross contamination. And thus the candies are not certified gluten-free.
What Is The Kind Of Gelatin Used In It?
According to Haribo, the manufacture, if the package of dummies says it was “Made in Turkey” then it will contain beef gelatin. If it is made in Germany or Austria, then it will contain pork gelatin.
How Many Packs Are There In One Bag Of Twin Snakes Candy?
There are a total of 12 packs in one bag of this product.
How Big Is Each Bag Of Twin Snakes Candy?
One bag of Twin Snakes Candy weighs 5 ounces so it’s a good size
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Review: Haribo Twin Snakes Gummies
This is definitely the funniest candy review video I have seen! Chris bites the snakes and hilarity ensues! Check it out…
You can learn more about the Twin Snake on the Haribo website and you can follow them on instagram too
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