Hi-Chew Flavors

Hi-Chew is a Japanese candy brand made by Morinaga. It was invented in 1975 as a substitution for gum since the Japanese culture frowns upon removing food from the mouth. If you are in America, the Hi-Chew candy you eat is likely made out of the company’s North Carolina manufacturing facility that started production in 2015.

According to Hi-Chew, there have been 170+ flavors of its candy through the years. While we won’t list all 170+ flavors, here are the flavors available for purchase in the United States.

Original Mix

Berry Mix

Sweet & Sour Mix

Superfruit Mix

Tropical Mix

Soda Pop Mix

Fruit Combos

  • Tropical Smoothie – Passion Fruit (exterior) & Mango (interior)
  • Pina Colada – Coconut (exterior) & Pineapple (interior)
  • Strawberry Lemonade – Strawberry (exterior) & Lemon (interior)

Individual Flavors (Sticks)

  • Banana
  • Acai
  • Kiwi
  • Strawberry
  • Grape
  • Green Apple
  • Mango
  • Watermelon (Sweet & Sour)

Plus Fruit


  • Rainbow Sherbet
  • Blue Hawaii
  • Blue Raspberry

Reduced Sugar

Infusions Orchard Mix

  • Juicy Blood Orange
  • Juicy Strawberry
  • Juicy Peach

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