This is a certified kosher candy. It's sugar free, gluten-free, and contains no trans fat. Plus, they're certainly delicious and made by one of America's oldest sugar free candy companies. This Cherry Sugar Free Hard Candy is sweetened with Splenda, which is safe for diabetics, and has zero effect on carbohydrate metabolism. Not to mention, it seems really pretty in a glass or silver candy bowl. You're planning a celebration and urgently trying to accommodate the dietary needs of all your guests. Some are watching their weight, while some have celiac disease, and are avoiding gluten. Then, you have someone who only consumes kosher products and another on a low fat diet. Are you supposed to purchase several different sweets and label each of the dishes consequently?