What are JILA Mints made of?
sorbitol (420) (96.77%), natural flavourings (1.98%), steviol glycosides (960) (0.48%), anticaking agent (470) (0.59%), natural colour (Spirulina) (0.18%). Store in a cool dry place. Mints are produced by compressing the powder mix of all ingredients in a two layer high pressure tablet press.
Where are JILA Mints made?
Sugar (97.3%), Glucose (corn(0.5%)), Flavour (Peppermint (1.8%) Menthol (0.4%)). Made from Imported Ingredients. Packed in Australia by Ferndale Confectionery P/L.
Are Jila Mints good?
These are the best tasting mints, even if they are a premium price. They’re like little jawbreakers, but with this pleasant minty, vanilla taste.
Who owns JILA Mints?
Founded on world class product quality and a highly focused business strategy, Ferndale’s brands, including JILA® mints, JOLS® fruit pastilles and LICORETTE®, provide convenient guilt-free enjoyment for millions of consumers throughout Australia and around the world.
What Mints are sugar free?
- Sencha Naturals Green Tea Mints. Sencha Naturals Green Tea Mints. amazon.com.
- Altoids Arctic Breath Mints. Altoids Arctic Peppermint Breath Mints (Pack of 8) amazon.com.
- Breath Savers Sugar Free Mints. Breath Savers Sugar Free Mints (Pack of 24) amazon.com.
- PUR Aspartame Free Mints. PUR Aspartame Free Mints (Pack of 5)
Which mints are gluten free?
According to Nestlé Australia’s Gluten Avoidance PDF (found here), Allen’s Kool Mints & Oddfellows are gluten-free and safe for consumption by Coealics and the gluten-sensitive.
Can eating a lot of mints be harmful?
cautions not to eat too much of it. “Peppermint candies are a nutritionally poor food, containing high levels of sugar without any vitamins or minerals.
What happens if you eat a whole pack of mints?
If consumed to excess it can cause diarrhoea and gastrointestinal disturbances. Eating as little as 10 grams can cause diarrhoea in some children. Each 2g mint has 1.9g of sorbitol so you wouldn’t want your children having more than 5 or 6 of these mints in one sitting.
What happens if you eat too much spearmint?
Spearmint might harm the liver when used in large amounts. Some medications can harm the liver as well. Using large amounts of spearmint along with these medications might increase the risk of liver damage.
What happens if you eat mint everyday?
Mint’s health benefits range from improving brain function and digestive symptoms to relieving breastfeeding pain, cold symptoms and even bad breath. You really can’t go wrong adding some mint to your diet.
Are there any artificial sweeteners in Jila mints?
Our proud confectioners have developed JILA® to contain absolutely no artificial colours, flavours or sweeteners. JILA® are sweetened with the all natural plant extract, Stevia. JILA® Sugar free Mints are 100% Australian Made. Available in two flavours, Peppermint & Spearmint.
What kind of gum is sugar free JILA?
Only products which have been clinically tested by dentists at an approved testing laboratory can display the happy tooth logo. JILA Sugar Free Gum is available in 4 varieties- Peppermint, Spearmint, Fruit & Whitening.
Where do you store JILA no sugar mints?
Store in a cool dry place. Mints are produced by compressing the powder mix of all ingredients in a two layer high pressure tablet press. sorbitol (420) (96.77%), natural flavourings (1.98%), steviol glycosides (960) (0.48%), anticaking agent (470) (0.59%), natural colour (Spirulina) (0.18%). Store in a cool dry place.