Each itsy bitsy bag contains a single worm! Ideal for trick-or-treats, party favors, lunchboxes, snacks, or in place of a breath mint!Size Information
Each .17oz(5g) worm is individually-wrapped. Approximately 80 worms/pound and 1000 worms/case.
Organic cane sugar, organic tapioca syrup, citric acid, pectin, organic grape juice concentrate, sodium citrate, ascorbic acid, colors added (organic black carrot juice concentrate, organic turmeric, organic annatto), natural flavors.
More Ingredients Information
Additional information from the manufacturer: Facility does not process any of the eight major allergens (peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, milk, egg, soy, fish, or shellfish/crustaceans).Organic info:
USDA certified: Made with organic sweeteners 90% organicVegetarian info:
This item is vegan.Gluten-free info:
Label states "Gluten Free"Feingold info:
Feingold Accepted - Stage 2Misc. info:
Non-GMO Project Verified
May contain trace amounts of corn starch from the molding process.Made in:
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We love these!
I send treats to school so the teachers can reward my child and these are perfect. Individually packed gummy worm works out great for his reward. He has the choice to eat it there or bring it home, usually eats it there. He really likes them.
Posted By: Charlotte on Jul 28, 2012
One is fun
I love the fact that there is only one of these per package. My daughter loves it to. That's all she needs for a sweet treat, and she appreciates it more than if she had a large amount (and a tummyache!)
Posted By: SweetMamma (san francisco) on Oct 7, 2011
Perfect for small treats
My kids have lots of allergies and don't get much sugar or carbohydrates. They get hyper easily. I love having the small serving size to give them treats without having them get hyper. I see it as equivalent of given them one hard candy.
Posted By: Julie (Texas) on Mar 29, 2011
Read Description Carefully!
I failed to read the description of this item carefully and was appalled to see that each package contains ONE gummy worm. That's crazy. What kid wants ONE gummy worm in his lunch box?
Anyway -- my fault. I should have read the description more carefully as I said, but this product is silly from my perspective.
Worms are good, though, according to my son. And he knows his gummies!
Posted By: EJ's Mom on Sep 2, 2010