Are Smarties Gluten Free?

Wondering if Smarties are gluten free? The question you must first ask yourself is, where do you live? In Canada, Smarties Chocolates are NOT gluten free. In the United States, Smarties Candy Rolls ARE gluten free. Why? Two completely different products sporting the same name!

 

America’s Favorite Candy Roll

Indulge your sweet tooth with the yummy candy wafer roll you know and love, just the way you remember it. It’s no wonder they have been one of the leading Halloween treats for over 50 years in the United States!

All Smarties® candy made by Smarties Candy Company is gluten‑free and safe for people with Celiac Disease. If you are at a loss for classic gluten‑free candy, these products are your delicious solution. Delight your sweet‑tooth with these tangy and sweet gluten free candy rolls!

From our classic wafers to crave-worthy new flavors, lollies and more, there’s a Gluten Free Smarties® treat for everyone. With only 25 calories per original candy roll, these convenient individually wrapped candies contain fifteen tangy and sweet fruit flavored tablets. No need to worry about a sticky mess in the heat. They do not melt! Individually wrapped, long lasting and fun to eat, an ideal go-to treat.

Smarties Original Candy Rolls are Gluten Free!

Smarties® and the entire line of products are free from most of the known allergens. All products are free of milk, egg, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat and soy. Products are safe to eat for kids with peanut allergies. All of their candy is made in entirely peanut‑free manufacturing facilities.Smarties Original Candy Rolls

Smarties Chocolate from Nestlé Canada Are Not Gluten Free!

The ingredient list on Smarties.ca website indicates that Smarties Chocolates do contain wheat flour, meaning they are not gluten-free. The label on the packaging is always the most up-to-date, so we encourage consumers to check at the store before making a purchase.

At this time, Smarties Nestle Chocolates are not gluten free and do contain wheat. It is not recommended for those with Celiac Disease or Gluten Intolerance.