A chewy, stretchy vanilla flavoured nougat like sweet from America. They're great frozen! We also have this bar in a mini version too.
Like a lot of confectionery, it was invented in the beginning half of the 20th century, and named for the Charleston, which was a popular dance around that time. Charleston Chew was mentioned in the Simpsons episode: Lisa the Drama Queen, if you wanna check it out. Pretty cool.
Corn Syrup; Sugar; Partially Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil; Dried Nonfat Milk; Cocoa Powder; Lactose (from Milk); Milk Protein Concentrate; Egg Whites; Artificial Flavour; Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin); Soy Protein; Salt
Per pack (net weight 53g): Energy (Kcal) 230; Fat 6g; Carbohydrates 44g; of which sugars 30g; Protein 2g; Sodium 35mg
Airheads White Mystery are the best American Sweet. The reason? Because you never know what flavour you are going to get! Strawberry? Apple? Watermelon? A mixture of all three? These chewy and stretchy American candy bars are about half the size of 30cm ruler and have the most amazing flavours out there!
Did you know that at Taco Bell in America they sell an Airheads White Mystery flavoured Freeze (kinda like a slushie) and they also can be one of many flavours!
Sugar; Corn Syrup; Maltodextrin; Dextrose; Modified Corn Starch; Partially Hydrogenated Soybean Oil; Water; Citric Acid; Artificial Flavour.
Per pack (net weight): 15.6g; Carbohydrate 14g of which sugars 9g; Fat 1g; Sodium 10mg; Calories 60