Swedish Fish® Red Candy
Sugar, Invert Sugar, Corn Syrup, Modified Corn Starch, Citric Acid, White Mineral Oil, Artificial Flavors, Red 40 And Carnauba Wax.see more...
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Swedish Fish® Red Candy
Swedish Fish are one of my go to candies. I love them. There are no comparisons to other candies like this. They do not taste anywhere nearly as good as Swedish Fish. I love having them when I am crafting or at the movies. These are definitely one of my guilty pleasures.
Swedish Fish are a family fav that we keep in stock at home! not only are they cute and iconic. They actually taste good and have a nice chew! They can be used creatively in themes and are super affordable. We usually snag a bag of these to sneak into the theater!
These candies are a classic but I can only eat a few before getting bored and a stomach ache. I’m not much of a gummy candy person. If you have to choose between these and another product, choose the latter. Definitely not worth the calories.
They are the "red" flavored Swedish fish winegum candies. Some say they're supposed to be lingonberry flavored. I can't say, apart from that they were perfectly fresh and that they taste like my childhood at the Sears candy counter in the mall. You get a bunch of convenient packs of fish for a really good price. Use them to ration your fish intake. Distribute them to friends to get them hooked. I split my order with friend and fellow fish addict. This is a great deal.
Purchased at: Target
I really like the original Swedish fish a lot! They are a good candy and they are really cheap. I recently got a different type in my stocking that I absolutely hated tho! It was like a Christmas edition and the red was the original but there was a green type in there that is just horrid. I scanned the box and it just popped up with the original so... I am just mentioning both. I really do like the packaging for both tho. I would recommend the original to people but not the Christmas edition.
Purchased at: Walgreens
I used to love these as a kid, but over time my preferences have changed. First, these things are ridiculously hard before you even take a bite out of it. Secondly, they are so darn chewy, it would take 5 chews to equate to a normal first chew of an alternative candy (i hope that makes sense) and the taste just doesn’t do it for me, i need more. So i would not recommend this candy, go for more!
I cannot believe that I have only known about Swedish Fish for a handful of years! It is my go to pick for gummy candy! I always ask for it in my stocking or if anyone is heading for a trip out or into the store I ask them to grab me a bag. I am so happy my mom introduced me to them. The flavor is amazing and the perfect amount of sweetness and chewiness!
Recently when I was buying something in the cafeteria at school, I saw a pack of sweets in the sweets and candy section called “Swedish Fish”. It had a pretty blue and yellow packaging with pictures of red candy fish on the front of it, so it was mostly the packaging which influenced my decision to buy it. I had no idea what the candy would look or taste like inside. It kind of reminds me of gummy worms. These tasty red fish are perfect for a savory treat after lunch or a little snack at the game.
Swedish Fish are one of those candies that you can't have one of because they are just so good! I probably eat them way more than I should, but how can you not when they are that good! The design of the candy itself is very cute and perfect size! If you haven't tried these, go and drive yourself to the store right now!
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What flavor would you call Swedish Fish?
How do you eat your Fishies ><)))*>?
Is anyone else addicted to these? Because I seriously think I have a problem, lol.
Does anyone else think that they are too stiff for a gummy?
Has anyone found these in any other flavors?
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