The Best Gummy Candies: 16K Reviews
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Swedish fish soft and chewy candy - 30.4 ozsee more...
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- "I love the flavor but the only thing I don't like is that they get stuck on teeth but usually I get it out and eat it anyway." in 77 reviews
- "Swedish fish are one of my favorite candies,they have been since I've been little,I love the flavor and I've always eaten them with a mango ice pop...weird but best combination." in 60 reviews
- "Love them so much I require adult supervision (okay, adultier adult since I am an adult) because I would eat the whole bag in one sitting." in 38 reviews
- "SMILE Although they are a fat free food they contain sugar; and sugar can turn to fat in your system if you're not especially active." in 34 reviews
- "Honestly I love them mostly because unlike most gummy candies they don't have that fake plastic taste but it isn't the best for you." in 33 reviews
This is my go to candy. Keeps my mouth satisfied. You get plenty in a bag. As a mother of 6 you can make many cool desserts with these candies for different occasions
Swedish fish are super yummy, but you can't eat them for too long or the taste is too intense. But I love them for movies or for having a movie night with my boo! Would definitely recommend to pick up before a movie!
These fish are definitely my go to candy ! They are delicious and I prefer the red ones over the colored ones . They are tasty but they do get stuck in your teeth .
Idk what flavor these are supposed to be, but I found them most peculiar. That being said, I love it! I also love the texture - it is unlike other gummy candies.
This has always been my go to favorite candy! Love the chewyness and the flavor. I usually buy the big sealable bag from rite aid. The price is great for the big bad. I would 110% recommend to other people
Swedish fish aren't my favorite gummy candy. Maybe my least favorite, actually. They're pretty powdery on the outside and I don't enjoy the flavor all that much.
Swedish fish are always a good candy for anything:) they are vegan which is good for me(( I'm a strict vegetarian )) they have an amazing flavor. Who doesn't love Swedish fish right ?? Yummy candy :)!
Swedish Fish are a great candy! They are usually cheaper, as chocolate prices fluctuate. They are great when they are fresh and chewy, but I also weirdly like them when they are a bit tough. They have a great flavor that is sweet and fruity, but never tastes like medicine like some other candy. I don't buy them that often, because I have no self control with these, I just keep eating them! These are also great movie theater candy as well. I will always associate them with theaters, because that is where I first tried them.
Swedish Fish....mmm my all time favorite candy!!! Some people say "oh they're just like any other gummy candy" BUT BOY ARE THEY WRONG. I can't even describe the flavor of these delicious fish candies. But it's definitely not your average berry/fruity flavor. I've even tried some of the copy-cat versions of it and it's just not the same! I always find myself craving these babies when I'm in need of a sweet treat...whether it's at the movie theater, on a road trip or simply just to sooth my sweet tooth. I'd definitely recommend everyone to try these at least once, or you'll surely be missing out.
Swedish Fish have changed over time... they use to have like s hardish covering around the fish... no hard but harder that the gummy part. In fact if you bite it in half you would see a whitish rim around the inside. Now, they are pure gummies like most others. Once in a while you will find a store that sells the original Swedish fish that are multi-colored and have the coating. I find most of the Swedish fish I get pre bagged don't really taste the same... however, I still love the taste of my red gummy friends. I never buy the large bad for fear of eating the whole thing...4 out of 5 stars because I fell that they are not exactly like they were years ago...
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Swedish fish need friends. Will the company making them make other Swedish aquatic treats?
Where do you eat these the most? Movies or Home
How can anyone even like these nasty little fish, blegh ewwie.
Is swedish fish better for you to eat then gum or gummy bears?
Have you tried Swedish fish Italian ice cream?
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