///Gin Gins Ginger Candy’s Handy Purse Pack

Gin Gins Ginger Candy’s Handy Purse Pack


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Brought to you by the Ginger People Natural Confectionery, the world’s most award winning ginger brand.

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All ginger. All natural. That’s all we do. For over 25 years, The Ginger People® have dedicated themselves to promoting the virtues of ginger, sourcing from the premier growing regions of the world to craft innovative products.The Ginger People offer the world’s most award-winning ginger brand.

Product Description

Made with fresh ginger, our Original Chewy Ginger Candies are natural, stimulating and delicious. Great as a healthier snack option, Gin Gins® Ginger Candy’s  are also great to fight off nausea during pregnancy, while flying, boating or going on a bumpy road trip thanks to ginger’s queasy-quelling properties. All Natural. Gluten Free

Handy Purse Sized Travel Pack

Pop a pack in your glove box, purse, office draw or first aid kit. Each handy little box contains 42 g of individually wrapped ginger candies.

Original Chewy Ginger Candy

America’s #1 selling ginger candy and winner of Fiery Food Association’s Scovie Award for “Best Candy,” our Gin Gins® Original Chewy Ginger Candy are natural, stimulating and delicious. Given ginger’s queasy-quelling properties, Gin Gins® are great to fight off nausea  Surprisingly and satisfyingly spicy. The only candy that bites you back!

cane sugar, 10% ginger, tapioca starch.

Two Gin Gins® Original Chewy Ginger Candy contain 40 calories, 0g fat, 0mg sodium, 10g carbohydrate and 10g sugars.

Super Strength Ginger Candy
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Gin Gins® Super Strength Ginger Caramel Candy is a super-delicious, super-soothing candy packed with a whopping 30% fresh ginger – our most potent candy yet!Ingredients
cane sugar, glucose, 30% ginger, modified cassava starch, non-hydrogenated palm kernel oil (trans fat free), salt, soy lecithin.Six Gin Gins® Super Strength Ginger Caramel Candy contain 60 calories, 0g fat, 15mg sodium, 15g carbohydrates and 10g sugars.

“Ginger could relieve the nausea and vomiting experienced by pregnant women, say Australian researchers. Ginger does not prevent morning sickness but it may help ease some of the nausea experienced by pregnant women, researchers reported in the April 2004 issue of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Researchers from the University of South Australia in Adelaide gave nearly 300 women either 350mg of ginger or 25mg of vitamin B6 three times per day for 3 weeks. The researchers found that both ginger and vitamin B6, which is sometimes taken to counteract morning sickness, worked equally well at alleviating nausea symptoms.”