Go Max Go Candy Review

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Who likes candy? I do! I do! Especially when it is anything from the Go Max Go line. While the candy is very similar to big name brands we all know and probably love, but one taste and you will agree, there is a difference. You might not recognize it, but you will like it.

Go Max Go uses quality ingredients and are cruelty free, dairy free and 4 of the flavors are gluten free making them ideal for people with dietary restrictions.

We had the pleasure of sampling all 7 varieties from Go Max Go. My favorite was Cleo’s Cups, which are far  superior to the well know Reese’s Cups in my opinion. The peanut butter was smooth and creamy, the rice milk chocolate was delicious. This one is gluten free.

The Twilight Bar is also awesome, I loved the fluffy chocolaty nougat and the rich caramel. What a dreamy combination!

The Bucaneer was great! It was fluffy chocolate nougat wrapped in yummy chocolaty coating.

The Thumbs Up is like a cross between a Butterfinger bar and a Chickostick, the rice milk chocolate was the perfect topping to the crunchy goodness of the center.This is a gluten free bar.

Jokerz was like a Snickers, but more satisfying and it seemed there was a lot more candy in this bar than you would get in the standard bar.

Mahalo was really yummy. It was a coconut center topped with 3 perfect almonds and a chocolaty exterior. This one is gluten free also

Snap! Was like a Crunch Bar, but it was bigger and better. The bar is much thicker, and it was so fresh and crispy that words cannot do it justice. This one is also gluten free.

Overall, each of the flavor was fabulous, I enjoyed them all and found this to be a completely enjoyable review. While the bars are still candy and they do have calories, they are a much healthier option for people on a variety of diets, and you can rest assured you will not be disappointed by the goodness that is Go Max Go Candy!

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*Disclaimer*I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it and believe will be good for my readers. I am discussing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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