Bit-O-Honey is a classic American candy that debuted in 1924. It was originally made by the Schutter-Johnson Company of Chicago but it’s now made by Spangler Candy.
Most people recognize it as a honey-flavored candy with a taffy-like texture. However, does it also contain peanuts or other potential allergens of concern for some people? Let’s find out what’s in this candy!
Peanuts In Bit-O-Honey?
Bit-O-Honey does not contain peanuts as an ingredient (see below). However, this candy is packaged in a facility that also packages peanuts. In other words, there is no guarantee that Bit-O-Honey does not contain peanuts because of potential cross-contamination during manufacturing.
Bit-O-Honey Ingredients: Corn Syrup, Sugar, Nonfat milk, Hydrogenated Coconut Oil, Almonds (Almonds, Safflower and/or Sunflower and/or Canola Oil), Honey, Salt, Egg Whites, Modified Soy Protein, Natural Flavor.
The manufacturer states that Bit-O-Honey may contain the following allergens: “Milk, almonds, eggs, and soy. May contain other tree nuts and peanuts. Contains bioengineered food ingredients.”
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|Serving Size||5 pieces (33g)|
|Includes 15g Added Sugars|