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February 13, 2019Reviewer: A guest* Please do your research on Maltitol, its glycemic index (not really low carb), and side effects. Sorry to burst your bubble. Encourage manufacturers to use erythritol instead.
0 of 2 people found the following review helpfulAugust 17, 2011Reviewer: Nush in Illinois* Yes, these candies taste great, but they contain too many chermicals. I had a bad reaction where these candies had my stomach up for 2-3 after I ate them. As a result I through the rest in the gabbage.
I just sending a warning to everyone, these candies while they taste very good but the sugar-sub used in them may upset you stomach. BE CAREFUL..This review is specific to Sugar Free Peg Bag Candy, Chocolate Covered Peanuts
0 of 1 people found the following review helpfulApril 04, 2008Reviewer: Melissa in Michigan* There's something about maltitol that's been cooked to the point of crispy that sends my intestines into a roaring turmoil. I haven't found a peanut brittle I can eat yet, which saddens me to no end! There's no specific fault of Russell Stover's here, and they do taste good. I just can't digest these.