- Botan Rice Candy
Botan Rice Candy is a soft, chewy, slightly lemon-orange flavored candy with an outer layer of rice paper. The rice paper is clear and plastic-like when dry, but it is edible and melts in the mouth. It is a traditional Japanese candy and it is imported from
Japanby JFC International Inc..
Botan Rice Candies come in a small cardboard box which contains 3/4 oz. (21 grams) of candy. Each box contains six individual pieces.
In the past, each box contained a small plastic toy, in addition to the candy. However, in 2003 the toys were replaced with a
temporary tattoo. As of early 2008, the company has changed the contents to now include a paper back adhesive sticker. Each box currently advertises, "FREE CHILDREN'S STICKER INSIDE."
Glucose syrup (corn starch, water), sugar, sweet rice, water, lemon flavor, orange flavor, FD&C Red No. 40 (allura red AC).
Serving Size: 6 pieces (3/4oz / 21g)
Servings per Container: 1
Calories from fat: 5
Total Fat: 0.5g
Total Carbohydrate: 18g
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