Flossine has been the favourite of professional Candy Floss (Cotton Candy) operators since Gold Medal introduced it in 1948. Flossine gives your Candy Floss the proper look, the proper aroma and a great taste in every flavour! Flossine Silly Nilly (Vanilla Pink) is packed in 1lb tins enough to flavour 100 pounds of sugar.
Flossine Candy Floss flavouring is available in the following: Banana Bonanza*, Boo Blue, Bubble Gum Pink*, Cherry Red*, Green Watermelon*, Hot Cinnamon*, Jolly Berry, Leapin' Lime*, O-Jay Orange*, Pina Colada (Pineapple)*, Pina Colada (Pink)*, Sassy Green Apple*, Silly Nilly, Sizzlin' Lemon (Lemon Yellow)*, Spookie Fruiti* and Wacky Watermelon*.
* We no longer hold these flavours in stock. These can still be ordered as special order items in full cases of 12 tubs. Subject to varied costs and longer lead times due to being shipped in specially. Full payment required upfront. Email us for further information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This product has been approved and certified as Halal compliant under ISA (Islamic Services of America) and in accordance with Islamic Law.
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Candy Floss Information
Candy Floss (Cotton Candy), long criticized for its empty calories, may be redeeming itself within the medical community because it could aid in regrowing human tissue. Researchers at New York-Presbyterian Hospital and Cornell University noticed how the size and arrangement of Candy Floss (Cotton Candy) filaments mimicked that of the capillary system. Now, the researchers are using this idea to develop a synthetic flesh that could be implanted to supply blood to damaged tissue.
Nutritionally speaking, the sugars in Candy Floss (Cotton Candy) are simple carbohydrates, so they supply your body nothing but calories -- just pure energy. Like all calories, they can contribute to weight gain, but on the other hand, a standard serving of Candy Floss (Cotton Candy) contains far less sugar than one can of a regular soft drink: one teaspoon of sugar versus 12.