3g OF SUGAR PER BAG Sweet Chews™

3g
10g
120

HELLO SWEET CHEWS - THE FIRST PLANT-BASED #KICKSUGAR SOFT CHEW IN THE WORLD!

We’ve innovated the first delicious candy without the sugar. Our pinky promise to you is candy free from added sugars, sugar alcohols and  artificial sweeteners.

NO GUESSWORK! ALWAYS ONE BAG PER SERVING, AND:

  • 84% less sugar than other chews!
  • 3 grams of sugar for the whole bag!
  • In each bag, there is a random mix of 3 delicious flavours: watermelon, mango and strawberry
  • Each Sweet Chew is individually wrapped
  • Free from artificial flavors and colors
  • Free from sugar alcohols and artificial sweeteners
  • Gluten free & non-GMO
  • Plant-based
  • Kosher certified
  • 5 SmartPoints for the entire bag
  • Made without major allergens which includes tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, soybeans, milk, eggs, fish, and shellfish *Sweet Chews are manufactured in a facility that processes peanuts, tree nuts, dairy and soy.
  • This bag has 11 grams of Allulose

Available now in the USA 

NUTRITION FACTS
Nutrition
OUR INGREDIENTS
OUR INGREDIENTS

We are committed to relentlessly researching, testing, and choosing the most advanced, natural ingredients to create delicious candy you know and love while kicking as many grams of sugar per bag as possible. Every ingredient we use is non-GMO, always real and never artificial.

WHAT ARE SUGAR ALCOHOLS?
WHAT ARE SUGAR ALCOHOLS?

Sugar alcohols are often used in the food industry (but not by us) to push down the net carb count. We think that this comes at waayy too high a cost to our bodies. We want SmartSweets to be friendly to our tummies so we will always be sugar alcohol free.

HOW DO I CALCULATE NET CARBS?
HOW DO I CALCULATE NET CARBS?

Take the total carb count and subtract the amount of fiber and the amount of Allulose and you will be left with net carbs. Each pouch calls out the amount of Allulose so you will have all the info you need to make this calculation.

WHAT IS ALLULOSE?
WHAT IS ALLULOSE?

Allulose is a non-artificial sweetener that is found in foods like raisins and figs. It tastes like sugar, but doesn't act like sugar in your body. Since Allulose isn't absorbed by the body, you subtract it, along with fiber to find the net carbs per bag. Allulose is only in our U.S recipe (for now!)