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Who doesn't like a good "bad" food every now and then.  The links below are devoted to the snack lover in us all...

Tootsie Roll products are gluten free. All of them. That means Junior Mints are ok at the movies and Charleston Chews can still be packed for a road trip. This comforts me for some strange reason. Check the site link for the complete list. Click on the healthy living tab for the product confirmation and gluten information.

Pinkberry yogurt is gluten free and now carries gluten free brownie bite toppings. All the flavors; original, green tea, pomegranate, chocolate, coconut and fruit parfait are on the "ok to eat list" yum!

Hershey's milk chocolate and dark chocolate kisses are gluten free (along with several other products.) Not all Hershey's candy is gluten free but the company labels clearly state the ingredients and the website addresses allergen/cross contamination with this statement:

We take food allergies very seriously at Hershey and have strict procedures in place to prevent crossover of allergens into other products that do not contain the allergen. In instances where we have a concern about possible crossover by an allergen we take the added precaution of including an allergy information statement on the label.

So, if you don't see any gluten ingredients on the label, or a cross contamination statement on the package you may indulge at will.

Jelly Belly jelly beans are gluten free.  'nuff said - enjoy!