Flaver Artisan Crafted Candies are Made for Grown-ups
As an adult, you look for a guilt-free way to still enjoy candy. I’m not talking about moms locking themselves in the closet to eat a candy bar while the kids play. I mean a candy that you can enjoy on your own or with your kids. Creative Concepts has developed Flaver Candies. Geared toward adults, this artisan candy is gluten-free and made with natural ingredients.
Flaver Candies aren’t a line of boring flavored candy that you’ve already experienced. You get a refreshing twist on Mint, Peppermint, Popcorn, Pineapple Jalapeno, Lime Chipotle, and Cherry.
If you’re already salivating over those flavors, you’ll really be craving these treats when I tell you that they are only 93 calories per serving! You can find the perfect serving in the .88oz treat size bags or go big with 16oz refill bag. Use the refill bags to keep your Artisan Crafted Flaver Dispenser full at all times.
These dispensers are sleek, fashionable, and look great anywhere! They’re perfect for your work desk, kitchen counter, or even on the entry way table.
They stand at only 9” tall with a 3.75” natural bamboo base, so the options for placement are endless. You’ll find that Flaver products make a fantastic gift for anyone that enjoys candy.
Getting your own treat bags or refillable dispenser of Flaver Candies is guiltless and easy! Started with a Kickstarter campaign, they’ve reached their funding and will be shipping out their products soon. Find out more about Flaver Artisan Crafted Candies and ease your sweet tooth without digging into the kids holiday candy.
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