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Smart Sweets Reviews
A good low sugar option with cute packaging and fun choices. The texture is a little off - softer and stickier than flavors they may be trying to imitate. And sometimes has that sugar alternative after-taste.
I was drawn in by the cute packaging and the low-sugar, but the taste and texture aren't the best. They're fine in a pinch, but wouldn't go out of my way for them.
I thought the candies would taste a little better but the packaging is cute.
The flavors of the candy are not as realistic as they advertise. The taste could be a lot better.
I've been watching that one glass blowing show on Netflix so I've been craving gummy candy and these did the trick. Ya know, when they are blowing glass and pulling cane and it looks like a gummy? The peach rings are my favorite. Great flavor.
The bag is so small, would love slightly larger portions.
I really wanted to love these as gummies are my favorite candy. However, I haven't found any of the flavors overly enjoyable.
I found the texture of these items to be very strange and sticky. The sweeteners are overly sweet and leave a strange aftertaste in my mouth.
These are good and way better than the old school sugar substitutes that would wreck your stomach.
Bigger package options
They aren’t diabetic friendly and still spoke blood sugar, so it seems like nutritional label acrobatics are being used. They taste like stevia and there is also so much chicory root that those with GI issues should steer clear.
Losing the diet culture “guilt-free” marketing would be a good start.
My office has the peach rings in their pantry, so I am most familiar with those. They're... ok. The texture is off and the sugar on the outside is more like powdered Truvia than anything else. They do satisfy my candy craving, but not my gummy one.
wanted to love. texture was gross.