Vegan Friendly Sweets – No Gelatine Or Bees Wax!

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Finding vegan friendly sweets can be a right pain, even if they’re labelled vegetarian friendly they will often have bees wax mixed in, making them un-vegan. Luckily, people are slowly realising that you don’t need bee vomit or animal bones to make great tasting sweets! Whether you like cola flavoured or strawberry laces, there are vegan options out there.

Sainsbury’s Fizzy Fangs

vegan friendly sweets

I’m pretty certain these sweets aren’t labelled as vegetarian, let alone vegan, yet they’re totally vegan friendly! The only allergen in them is wheat, and they only cost 40p!

I’ve had these before and they are really, really good. When they’re this cheap, it also means you can buy them by the ton and save them for a rainy day.

Organic Gummy Bears

vegan friendly sweets

These are the ultimate in organic/vegan/natural sweets. They come in cherry, strawberry, lemon, grape, orange and grapefruit flavours, as well as being made with organic white grape juice.

They come by the pound, with about 150 sweets in each pound.

Skittles

Skittles are a staple in my house, how can you not love skittles? I remember hearing playground rumours when I was a kid that they get the colouring from beetle shells, yet luckily they are in fact vegan.

Surf Sweets Fruity Sweets

vegan friendly sweets

I’ve never heard of this company before, but they look goooood! I think they’re a US brand and I’m not sure if you can get them in shops, but they’re available on Amazon in a delicious pack of 12.

They even proudly label that they’re vegan on the packaging, as well as being gluten and soy free.

Morrisons Goody Good Stuff

vegan friendly sweets

These are more expensive than the Sainsbury’s sweets, however they are with natural flavourings and colours, as well as being gluten free. They’re also 100g compared to 75g.

I’ve had these sweets before, and they’re so good it justifies the price. The Koala on the front is also cute, so that helps.

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