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Organic candy is a growing market, and Warrell realizes more and more people are searching for companies that manufacture organic candy. Many retailers hear customers ask if they are supplied by companies with certified organic chocolate or companies that manufacture certified organic candy in general. While not all candy made by Warrell Corp is organic, we are proud to count ourselves among companies that make organic candy.
A recent study showed that consumers understand they don’t need to avoid candy and other treats altogether in order to maintain a healthy diet, and seeking out companies that manufacture organic chocolate and other organic candy is one way to stay healthy while enjoying one’s favorite treats from time to time. What are consumers looking for, and what do we strive to provide for buyers looking for companies that make certified organic chocolate and other organic candy?
A big part of what companies with certified organic chocolate and other organic candy helps consumers avoid is artificial sweeteners, including refined sugar. These types of sweeteners have been linked in some studies to harmful conditions. Organic processes often weed out these sweeteners, replacing them with more natural sweeteners like brown sugar, maple syrup, honey or fruit sugars.
It’s important to note that just because a product uses natural sweeteners, it doesn’t mean you can gorge on them with impunity. An excess of anything, especially sugar, can be unhealthy. However, many people feel these natural sweeteners will produce fewer negative health effects.
Another thing people seeking companies that manufacture organic candy tend to share is concerns about fats, specifically trans fats. As with sugar, the right kind of fats in moderation can be good for you, but processed fats can have negative effects on the body. Organic products tend to replace trans fats and hydrogenated oils with healthier substitutes like olive oil, fish oil, or products using nuts or avocados. People also seek out organic products to avoid artificial colors and flavors as well.
Keep in mind it’s important to look for companies that manufacture certified organic candy. Food is not carefully regulated with respect to organic content, and a product that contains just one organic ingredient may be labeled organic, even if it also contains artificial flavors, colors or sweeteners.
At Warrell Corp. we want you to be confident that if you request an order of organic chocolate or other organic candy and we agree to fill it, you’re getting the product your customers want. We take pride in producing chocolate and candy they can feel good about eating without worrying about misrepresenting the claim.
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