Which Hershey Kisses are gluten-free?
The following types of Kisses are Gluten-Free:
- KISSES Milk Chocolate.
- KISSES Milk Chocolate with Almond.
- KISSES Special Dark Mildly Sweet Chocolate.
- KISSES Hugs Chocolate.
- KISSES Milk Chocolate Filled with Caramel.
- KISSES Meltaway Milk Chocolate.
- KISSES Air Delight Aerated Milk Chocolate.
Are Hershey Kisses celiac friendly?
Kisses (only some varieties are are listed as gluten-free, including Hot Cocoa, Hugs, Milk Chocolate Filled with Caramel, Milk Chocolate Filled with Cherry Cordial Crème, Dark Chocolate Filled with Mint Truffle, Meltaway Milk Chocolates, Milk Chocolate, Special Dark Mildly Sweet Chocolate, Candy Cane, Kiss Deluxe, …
Are Easter Hershey Kisses gluten-free?
Pastel Easter HERSHEY’S Kisses
According to HERSHEY’S website, they’re also entirely gluten-free and labeled accordingly for your ensured safety.
What brand of chocolate is gluten-free?
Before you get too excited, according to the most recent list supplied by Nestlé (dated November 2016), there are only two chocolate products that are gluten-free: ALLEN’S Freckles and Nestlé Scorched Almonds.
What chocolate can celiacs eat?
Lindt chocolate is the answer and several products are safe for coeliacs and those avoiding gluten.
- Excellence 70% Dark Chocolate.
- Excellence Touch of Vanilla.
- Lindor Strawberries and Cream.
- Excellence 90% Dark Chocolate.
- Lindor White Chocolate.
- Excellence 85% Dark Chocolate.
- Excellence 95% Dark Chocolate.
Is there dairy in Hershey Kisses?
Hershey Kisses are non-vegan. Original Kisses are made from milk chocolate, and thus contain milk products—namely, milk, milkfat, and milk solids. Unfortunately, the dark chocolate variety also contains dairy. So, neither the milk chocolate nor the dark varieties are suitable for vegans.
What Hershey products are dairy-free?
The new dairy-free products in the pipeline include – Hershey’s, Hershey’s Special Dark, Reese’s, and Reese’s Dark. According to Hershey President Chuck Raup, the company is “setting the foundation for long-term sustainable growth in the better-for-you category.”