We believe you should know what’s in your favorite treats. That’s why we created this digital resource that is full of easy-to-use information. Check back here over time, as we will continue to share more resources and information that will help you better understand the unique role that chocolate and candy can play in a happy, balanced lifestyle.

Myths & Facts About Sugar and Candy

We know that you likely have some questions about sugar. In this section, we provide resources for you to learn more about sugar, and how chocolate and candy are unique. We want to be a productive participant in this conversation, offering up information, support and meaningful solutions that help you and your family manage your sugar intake while you enjoy your favorite treats. So please contact us if you have any questions. 

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Unwrap the Facts Behind the Ingredients in Your Candy

You might have questions about chocolate and candy after reading the nutrition labels. And we want you to know that we’re here to help you answer those questions. In the “Unwrap the Facts” section, we anticipate a few of the most frequently asked questions. If you have additional questions about the ingredients in your chocolate and candy and why they are used, we encourage you to contact us. If we can’t answer the question for you, we’ll work hard to get you in touch with someone who can. 

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Ingredient Glossary: What’s in Your Candy?

There are thousands of types and brands of chocolate and candy, and hundreds of ingredients that can be used to make them. In the ingredient glossary, you’ll find a searchable list of ingredients that we use in our products as well as a short description of each ingredient. This list will grow over time, as chocolate and candy companies continue to innovate new products.

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Candy’s Unique Role in a Happy and Balanced Lifestyle

Chocolate and candy have played an important role in cultural traditions and seasonal celebrations for thousands of years. To this day, these treats are associated with holidays and gifting, as well as moments of celebration. Most people in the U.S. enjoy chocolate and candy 2-3 times per week, averaging about 40 calories and about one teaspoon of added sugar per day.

Chocolate and candy are treats, not everyday snacks or meal replacements.