More and more people are becoming gluten sensitive. Whether it’s from genetic engineering or medicine has advanced to diagnose such conditions, the fact is that more and more people are switching to gluten free diets. That means, you’d better have some gluten free options in your vending machine to accommodate those people. Here are a few gluten free candies and snacks out in the market today:
Kettle Brand Potato Chips-The Kettle brand is certified in gluten-free food and their chips are processed in a facility free from gluten contamination. Kettle chips come in a variety of flavors, giving you many options for your machine.
Baked Lay’s- Unfortunately, just the traditional potato chips that are baked come in a gluten free option.
Cheetos Crunchy Flamin’ Hot- A spicy variety of the classy cheesy snack, this is a bold alternative for the machine.
York Peppermint Patties- A sweet, chocolate option.
Butterfinger Candy Bar- One of the most popular candy bars on the market, this one is now conveniently made gluten free!
Reese’s Pieces- For some reason, the pieces NOT the peanut butter cups are gluten free. But, many are wildly addicted to anything Reese, so even people without a gluten intolerance will likely buy this.
Lay’s Stax- These come in a variety of flavors which you can stock to give your customers options.
Skittles Original- This is a fruity snack for people to choose which isn’t salty or chocolate. Just the original flavor is gluten free, however.
M & Ms- Ranked the most popular candy, the original, peanut, and peanut butter flavors are all made gluten free!