|Scores: (1-5, 5 being the best)
This caramel tastes like traditional caramel candy.
This caramel is smooth and sticky and
gets stuck in your teeth just like any caramel!
Keep this product at room temperature and Im sure it will last you a
lifetime (or very close to it!).
Since we are talking Kraft, they have excellent distribution channels. I am
quite confident that you can find this product easily in most mainstream grocery
stores across the United States.
(4.50) Overall we thought this product was a great product to use for caramel apples
and other baked goods (and for snacking too!).
Product Test: Kraft Caramels "Traditional"
Kraft Foods North America
East Hanover, NJ 07936
Corn syrup, Skim Milk, Sugar, Partially Hydrogenated Cottonseed
and/or Soybean oil, Whey, Cream, Salt, Artificial Flavor,
Soy Lecithin (Emulsifier).
Rarely do we test a product that doesnt
specifically fall within the Natural Foods Category or the
purely "Gluten-Free" Foods Category. However, every
once in awhile we come across mainstream products that we
think other people might be interested in knowing are gluten-free.
And since we are very close to Halloween, wed thought
wed test caramels. After all, what would Halloween and
fall festivals be without Caramel Apples? In looking for a
readily available packaged caramel, we came across "Kraft
Caramels, Traditional". These caramels come wrapped in
little squares (as we all remember), and taste great. When
we called Kraft to verify that this product contained no gluten
they stated that their company policy requires all
potential allergens (wheat, rye, oats, barley, milk, nuts,
etc.) to be clearly listed on the package. If the product
contains natural flavors which contain gluten, they are required
to list "wheat", or whatever the potential offending
ingredient may be, in parenthesis after "natural flavors".
Wow! I cant wait for more companies follow this standard!
(We still advise our customers to call if you are unsure of
a product you never know if procedures or product ingredients