1 roll of Smarties contains 6.3 grams of carbohydrates.
Apparantly, there's approximately 56 individual pieces of candy-coated chocolates in a regular 50g box of Nestle Smarties, with each piece weighing about 1g each(more or less).
I don't have a box with me n' haven't counted or done an average of multiple boxes, neither does the official website have an answer posted(that i saw anyways), but the quick answer that comes up with a brief search-word item(via school-room teachers explaining how Smarties can be used to teach estimation, etc) is 56.
They are called "Smarties" because they are sour and "smart" the tongue, not because of smart as in intelligent. Candy does not make you more intelligent, but gives you a "sugar crash" that makes you tired and less likely to use your brain.
Smarties were invented by an English company called Rowntrees in York (UK) in 1937 and were sold for 2d (old pennies) per packet back then.
Yes it is body builders can get addicted to smarties very easy due to the fact of the high blood flow and the blood pressure. Also this is a bad addiction this could lead to death after a few years of eating alot of smarties. If anyone is addicted that you know of they need to get help soon because it can kill them or drive them crazy and becom murderous.
there a 15 in a smarties in a smarties packet
Smarties in the U.S do not contain any gelatin or any other animal products.
Smarties in Europe are not vegetarian. They contain whey that is produced using animal rennet.
Here is the answer direct from their website, http://www.smarties.com/allergen.html: Gluten Statement
Smarties® and our entire line of products are gluten free. If the UPC number on the packaging begins with "0 11206", you can be assured that it is manufactured in a facility that is gluten free and safe to eat if you have Celiac Disease.
just one if he/she is long enough
Pretty sure its 15
easy, get a wooden fork that is small enough for the smarties and too big fo the sand, scoop the sand and shake till the sand is gone. :)
yes u can get lung cancer
The chocolate confectionery Smarties is produced by Nestle. Nestle is the transnational company in the food and beverage business that manufactures a variety of food products. The logo serves to indicate that Smarties is one of such products of Nestle.
1000000 SMARTIES!! YUMMY!
8 colors. Red, orange, yellow, green, brown, pink, purple and blue.
Rowntree's of York, England, have been making "Chocolate Beans" since at least 1882. The product was renamed "Smarties Chocolate Beans" in 1937. Rowntree's were forced to drop the words "chocolate beans" in 1977 due to trading standards requirements (the use of the word "beans" was felt to be misleading) and so adopted the "Milk Chocolate in a Crisp Sugar Shell". Later, the sweet was rebranded as "Smarties".
Smarties are no longer manufactured in York; production has now moved to Germany, where a third of them were already made. Outside Europe, Nestlé's largest production facility for Smarties is in Canada, where Nestle has been manufacturing products since 1918.
well this is a combinations question and m not good at them bt m giving a try 12C3 x 3 = 660 ?? I hope this is "at least three per person." If the criteria is "each person gets only three, and none are left over," it can't be done--you can't pass out only nine of anything if you have twelve to pass out. So let's see... 1. You eat three, then give three to each of three people. 2. You give each person four. 3. You give two people three and one person six. 4. One person gets three, one four and the third gets five.
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