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July 8, 2016

Chewie Fruities

by Anne Paddock

Chewie Fruities are chewy squares of orchard fruit candy not unlike Starburst except that Chewie Fruities taste remarkably fruity and are made with organic, all natural ingredients with no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives, With three flavors to choose from: Meyer Lemon & Raspberry, Pomegranate & Nectarine, and Blood Orange & Honey, Chewie Fruities satisfies the kid in all of us who subscribe to the motto “It’s all about the candy.”

Chewie_FruitiesBite into a Chewie Fruitie and taste the difference. Smooth, tangy, and sweet, Chewie Fruities are the grown-up version of fruit taffy but without the corn syrup. Delivering a burst of both sweet and tart flavor, Chewie Fruities are made by Torie & Howard, a New Milford, Connecticut based company known for their fruit-flavored hard candies and commitment to creating delicious, tasty treats that are made in a way that is as health-friendly, eco-friendly and socially conscious as possible. So sweeten up your day with a Chewie Fruitie or two!Chewie_Fruities

Chewie Fruities are individually wrapped and sold in colorful 6-ounce resealable plastic packets for about $3.99 at retail outlets throughout the country including Whole Foods Markets. To find a retailer, use the company locator service by clicking here. Or, buy on-line for $3.49 (with free shipping for all orders over $49 at www.vitacost.com, or $3.19 with free shipping for orders over $50 at www.luckyvitamin.com or the company website (www.torieandhoward.com).Chewie_Fruities

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