Morinaga Hi-Chew Green Apple Fruit Chews (10ea)
Get ready for a rush of juicy flavor you can really sink your teeth into! The perfect blend of crisp and tart – ripe and ready to go. The zesty Green Apple flavor is amazingly sweet with just enough sour to keep your mouth asking for more.
Originally developed in 1931 as an edible gum called Chewlets, Hi-Chew was officially introduced as a chewy and fruity candy in 1975 in Japan. To date, over 113 flavors have been created. Some flavors are unique to certain parts of Japan, like Hokkaido Yubari Melon. Others are more mainstream, like Cola.
Green Apple is a very popular flavor in the United States. Maybe it is because it is not super sour like typical green apple candies. Instead it has a very real apple flavor, a little sweet and a little sour.
1.76oz (50g) x 10ea
Country of Origin
|Name||Hi-Chew Green Apple Fruit Chews (10ea)|
|Country of Origin||Taiwan|
|Net Wt.||1.76oz (50g) x 10ea|
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