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Gummy candies are made mostly of corn syrup, sucrose, gelatin, starch and water. In addition, minor amounts of coloring and flavoring agents are used. Food acids such as citric acid and malic acid are also added in order to give a tart flavor to gummies. It is often that other gelling agents are used in place of gelatin to make gummy candies such as starch and pectin. Gelatin is hydrolized collagen - which is usually from the tendons, ligaments, bones, and other waste tissue of cows and pigs. You’re welcome.
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