Hi-Chew green apple box of packages. Thank you Amazon for the pic.

Hi-Chew: Strawberry & Green Apple

A guest post from Matthew (no, not Matty) at Sugarstand.com
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With so many candies always seeming to enter the market, it is easy to overlook the classics.

I don’t know about you, but I’m always tempted to reach for that exciting new bar. Sometimes it works out, other times not so much.

And it’s not just with brands either; it’s with flavors too.

But this can be a mistake.

With so many candies out there, sometimes we forget to even try the classics.

Hi-Chew Strawberry and Hi-Chew Green Apple were recent examples of these for me. I suddenly realized that I had never even tried them when I assumed I had, way back when. But it dawned on me: how have I not?

So as shocking as it may be, I decided to finally give them a try.

And I strongly recommend that you do too.

Besides what initially started as the purchasing of just a few packets, well, I have been eating them pretty much non-stop ever since.

So, let me walk you through what you can expect, or perhaps even convince you to give them a go too!

Hi-Chew Size Packaging

First things first, let’s delve into the packaging of these candies.

They’re quite big.

At least the packets are.

They’ll fit in your pocket, for sure. But they’ll take up quite a lot of room.

The chews, on the other hand, not so much. But enough to fill your mouth if you put them all in at onea time.

Then there is the inner packaging. Each chew is individually wrapped. It’s great if you want to be able to have a few at a time and save some more for later. Chances are, though, that won’t be the case. They are, quite simply, too delicious. Well, they don’t last me very long.
I eat a pack at a time, but maybe that’s just me!

Hi-Chew Texture and Appearance

These chewy candies are almost rectangular in shape. They have an inner center, which seems to release more flavor as you bite through them!

The center is not especially different or tasty. It’s hard, like the outer shell. But it makes for a great -looking candy.

In terms of texture, Hi-Chews are quite hard. Not to the point that they get stuck in your teeth, but just that you do really need to chew to get through them.

Hi-Chew Green Strawberry Taste and Flavor

Hi-Chew Strawberry package

Exactly how you would expect them to taste: Typical strawberry flavor you get from most strawberry flavor candy. But it’s fFresh, sweet, light… Delicious!

And the chew factor. I can see why they named these candies as such.

It takes quite a chew to get through them. But it’s nice. It means you get to keep eating them for longer!

Hi-Chew Green Apple Taste and Flavor

Hi-Chew Green Apple package

Another corker.

Such a good flavor.

It has a really fruity and zesty taste. They actually taste like green apples. There’s a reason why Hi-Chew got into the action with this flavor. Besides, most candy companies have a product in this flavor. It’s a sound choice and idea. Hi-Chew, do it well! Very well!


You can’t go wrong with either Hi-Chew Strawberry or Hi-Chew Green Apple. They are both excellent. If I had to choose one. I’d go with green apple. But why have one when you can have both? They both have everything you are likely looking for in a candy. The delightful flavor, the satisfying chew. A 10/10 from me, at least.

The piece was written by Matthew, a candy expert and enthusiast with over a decade of experience in the candy industry. Matthew loves to write about candy and shares his knowledge and opinions via his site, Sugarstand.com.

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