|Allergen information||Contains: Gluten|
Are Flying Saucers gluten free?
Flying Saucers are one of the most classic sweets at Vegan All Sorts. Get our Flying Saucers in a 200g Mini Mega and don’t forget, they are also gluten-free. Did you know that Flying Saucers used to be in every Mega Bag but we had mixed reviews so we they were banished from our mixed bags!
Are Frisia flying saucers vegetarian?
The Frisia flying saucers are a UFO candy product in the shape of a flying saucer, with an outside of candy paper and a filling of sour powder. Delicious and sweet with a surprise sour centre! Citric wafers filled with sherbet. Suitable for vegetarians & vegans.
Are Frisia flying saucers halal?
Confectionery Specialist Hancocks is Now Supplying Halal Approved Sweets. … At Hancocks you will find an extensive range of excellent Halal approved confectionery including, but not limited to: Flying Saucers.
How much does a flying saucer weigh?
|Package Dimensions||12.6 x 11.8 x 11.4 cm; 100 Grams|
|Storage Instructions||Keep in a cool and dry place and if possible, away from direct sunlight.|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
Are strawberry sweets gluten free?
No, this sweet contains gluten and is not suitable for people with Coeliac or Celiac Disease.
Are love hearts vegetarian?
Love Hearts, Rainbow Drops, Fizzers & Parma Violets, the list goes on! All of these classic family favourites and more are suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
Are flying saucer sweets vegan?
Are flying saucer sweets vegan? Yes, your inner child will be thrilled to learn that flying saucers are completely vegan-friendly.
How many flying saucers are in a big tub?
A BIG tub packed to the brim with these delicious retro sweets. Flying Saucers – Approx 60 sweets in a 1 Litre tub.
How many flying saucers are in a tub?
Flying Saucers – Tub of 300
Best-selling, papery, colourful flying saucers filled with fizzy, powdery sherbet inside. Now available at Handy Candy in a great value 375g (approx 300 count) tub – a whole lot of flying saucers for your money! Vegan Friendly! Gluten Free!
What do flying saucers taste like?
The flying saucer is formed from crisp, edible rice paper, or foamed corn starch. This shell is coloured, but flavourless. The hollow inside is filled with a small amount of sherbet candy powder with a tart but sweet taste that is otherwise unflavoured.