Available during the Valentine season, this little treat goes straight for the heart! Unwrap and enjoy delicious flavor combos like Cherry-Lemonade, Cherry-Cotton Candy, Cherry-Berry and Cherry-Passion Fruit.
Servings: 25, Serving size: 1 piece (10g), Amount per serving: Calories 40, Total Fat 0g (0% DV), Sodium 5mg (0% DV), Total Carb. 10g (4% DV), Total Sugars 7g (Incl. 7g Added Sugars, (14% DV), Protein 0g.
Sugar, corn syrup, citric acid, malic acid, artificial flavor, color added (includes: Red 40, Yellow 5, Blue 1).
This product does not contain peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, wheat or gluten. It has been manufactured on dedicated equipment.
This product is gluten-free.
This product is OU kosher certified.
Country of Origin
Dum-Dums are made in the USA by Spangler Candy Company, Bryan, OH 43506.
We don’t offer free items or coupons, but if you are interested in promotional items or candy products, you can purchase items through our online store.
Spangler Candy Company recently purchased a building in downtown Bryan, Ohio, and in 2023 will be opening Spangler Candy World, which will include a virtual theatre tour of our factory. Spangler Candy World also will feature a large retail store, historical displays, and interactive exhibits.
We believe paper sticks are safer for children, as plastic sticks can break, creating sharp edges and small pieces.
Most of our fans feel Dum-Dums are just the right size for a perfect treat. They are quick, convenient, and packed with flavor. They’re just right for kids (and adults, too)! Each pop has fewer than 26 calories!
Dum-Dums have a shelf life of 36 months. The “Best By” date for all Spangler Candy products is indicated on each package. Products should be stored in a cool, dry environment.
We rotate flavors periodically to keep it fun for Dum-Dums fans. We’re sorry your favorite flavor is on vacation. Keep checking for new flavors; maybe you’ll discover a new favorite!
We use either beet or cane sugar to make our candies sweet.
Dum-Dums do not contain the gluten protein found in wheat, barley, rye, or oats. We have contacted our suppliers on the ingredients we use, including sugar, corn syrup, citric, malic, lactic acid, ascorbic acid, artificial flavors & colors, starch, release agents, and processing aids. These products do not contain the gluten protein that causes a problem for people with Celiac Sprue.
Dum-Dums are free of the top common allergens. The ingredients, as well as the processing aids (such as release lubricants), do not contain any peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, milk, fish, shellfish, wheat, or gluten. These products are processed on dedicated lines. View nutritional information on this website for detailed information on specific Dum-Dums products.
Dum-Dums flavors are chosen based on input from consumers, online flavor votes, results of taste tests, and food trends.
We sell packages of single flavor Dum-Dums in many flavors through our online candy store.
Missing flavors occasionally happen due to the nature of the packing process. Larger bags generally have the best flavor variety.
The Mystery Flavor is, well, a mystery! We can only reveal that the Mystery Flavor continuously changes and is not limited to current Dum-Dums flavors. It's up to Dum-Dums fans to guess the flavor of these mysterious pops.
Packs of Original Dum-Dums have up to 16 flavors. Dum-Dums also come in a variety of seasonal packs with even more flavors.
Dum-Dums were originated by Akron Candy Company, Bellevue, Ohio, in 1924. A company executive chose the name Dum-Dums for the ball-shaped candy on a stick because it is easy for children and adults to say.
Click on the “Where to Buy” link at the top of this web page to find retailers in your area that carry Spangler products. If you cannot find a store near you, you can order directly from our online candy store.
Dum-Dums are made from a mixture of sugar and corn syrup. After it is cooked, it is placed in a large mixer and the color and flavor are added. After these ingredients are mixed together, the batch of candy moves through a batch roller and press which forms the head of the Dum-Dum and inserts the stick. After the candy cools, it is wrapped and sent by a conveyor belt to an area where it is packaged for shipment.