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PUR 100% Xylitol Mints, Sugarless Peppermint, Sugar Free + Aspartame Free + Gluten Free, Vegan & Keto Friendly – Freshens Breath, Low Carb, Simply Pure Natural Flavored Candy, 20 Pieces (Pack of 5) Peppermint 20 Count (Pack of 5)

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PEPPERMINT: These sugar free mints are refreshing & have a minty flavor to liven your taste buds. Keep your mouth feeling fresh with an intense burst of classic peppermint flavor. Comes in a resealable pouch.
KICK ASPARTAME: PUR is dedicated to making simple substitutions to promote a healthy lifestyle.
NATURALLY SWEET: Sweetened with 100% natural xylitol that is sourced from European birch and maple trees.
PUR IS MADE FOR YOU: Make a healthier eating choice. Enjoy PUR’s great tasting mints without any artificial sweeteners.
PUR’s PROMISE: We are Vegan, non GMO, Gluten Free, Soy Free, Nut and Peanut-Free, Keto-Friendly, Diabetic-Friendly, and Swiss made.


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Flavor Name:Peppermint| Size:20 Count (Pack of 5)


These sugar free mints are refreshing & have a minty flavor to liven your taste buds. Keep your mouth feeling fresh with an intense burst of classic peppermint flavor. Each mint pouch contains 20 pieces.

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Founded in 2010, PUR was built on the founding principle of making simple substitutions to promote a healthier lifestyle, without compromising taste or quality! With a growing number of dietary restrictions and health-conscious consumers, PUR set out to create products that everyone could safely consume, enjoy and share!

Naturally Sweetened with 100% Xylitol

PUR uses xylitol sustainably sourced from Birch & Maple trees grown in Finland. It looks & tastes just like sugar with 40% less calories than sugar while boosting oral health.


All our ingredients are sourced from Europe and made in Switzerland. PUR is a quality first brand.

Specification: PUR 100% Xylitol Mints, Sugarless Peppermint, Sugar Free + Aspartame Free + Gluten Free, Vegan & Keto Friendly – Freshens Breath, Low Carb, Simply Pure Natural Flavored Candy, 20 Pieces (Pack of 5) Peppermint 20 Count (Pack of 5)

Dimensions 10 × 8 × 0.253 in

13 reviews for PUR 100% Xylitol Mints, Sugarless Peppermint, Sugar Free + Aspartame Free + Gluten Free, Vegan & Keto Friendly – Freshens Breath, Low Carb, Simply Pure Natural Flavored Candy, 20 Pieces (Pack of 5) Peppermint 20 Count (Pack of 5)

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  1. Beth Lasater

    Item was listed as 500 mints but only received 100. Totally misrepresented overpriced for what I received. Not eligible for return total scamRead more

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  2. M. Thompson

    My son has Invisalign braces and can not eat typical sugar filled mints or candies. These mints are acceptable to suck on with his braces still in. Thrilled to find him something. The braces cause his mouth to feel dry and he can’t always be drinking water to wet his whistle. These do the trick. The flavor is crisp, nice orange flavor and refreshing. Would buy again. They came in a nice little resealable pouch convenient for travel or to toss in a bag or purse.Read more

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  3. JJE

    These are nice enough. Subtle. Some might go as far as saying that these “PUR mints” even approach having something that could be mistaken for a “taste”. But those reviewers – they are a generous, hopeful, optimistic sort, and hyperbolic to the point of being dishonest, and they may give their reviews elsewhere. I’m an honest type so you know what I’m going to do. I’m going to give it to you straight. I got the variety that has a package that boasts both “mint” and “Peppermint” which, for some, might suggest these items have a distinct flavor. Potentially a “minty” flavor. And just to make sure, they tell you this in at least two languages. While they were in no way unpleasant, I found them *refreshing* in the same way that room temperature tap water is *delicious*… This isn’t the word I’d use for them. In fact, I did not find them to be fresh, freshening, refreshing, crisp, brisk, bright, tasty, frosty, invigorating, bracing, stimulating, exhilarating, noteworthy, reviving, restorative, attention grabbing, curiously strong, mundanely strong, energizing, enlivening, revitalizing, restoring, fortifying, rejuvenating, cooling, renewing, vitalizing, revitalizing, julepant, or mentholated to any detectible level. But they were, you know, “ehh”. What these items lack in purpose or fulfillment, however, they make up for in other qualities: for instance – they have an unimpeachable ovoid shape – they are exactly the shade of white you might hope for – what they lack in flavor they make up for in duration – they last a good long time. That is, they resist dissolving, so one gets to not-exactly-enjoy them, for a longer amount of time than one might expect. I actually selected these after a search for “what is the strongest mint”. (Thanks again, Bing) In case I have been less than clear, they are certainly not strong, and I’m doing some background into filing a “truth in advertisement” claim against PUR for suggesting these are “mints”. I’m not sure what qualifies something to be categorized as a “mint”. So as part of my primary background research, I ran a test. Skip the next section if you want to continue to the remainder of the review, or read on if you want to learn the outcome of my little study. ***;Short diversion. I ran a little test to determine what it takes to be thought of as a “Mint candy” by an average person, using 721 randomly chosen people representing 7 States in the Eastern half of the US. (47 test subjects included in this test were visitors or non-citizens the United States. No differences were found between Citizens and Non-Citizens.) The test included Smarties, which are not thought of, advertised or sold as Mints, but rather are a type of tablet candy produced by Smarties Candy Company (distributed and marketed in Canada as Rocket). Smarties tablet candy have a biconcave disc shape and a diameter of roughly 1 cm and height of less than half that. Smarties come in combinations of colors within a cellophane wrapped roll of 15 individual discoids with colors including white and pastel shades of yellow, pink, orange, purple, and green. Researchers put a light green, orange and a white colored Smarties in a randomized order in front of individual participants on a table along with a small disc of old-school black-board chalk of roughly equal dimensions, a standard 2017 US Penny covered in White-Out Quick Dry Correction Fluid, and a small oyster shell I found on the beach last summer (Latitude, Longitude redacted). To repeat: none of these items are considered a Mint or sold as a Mint. Some of them shouldn’t be put into your mouth. Participants were asked to taste or ingest each item on the table, asked the following question after sampling each item “Is this a Mint?”, and were instructed to answer with only one of the following replies: “Yes”, “No”, “Inadequate Information to Decide”. Turns out, there was no significant difference (P=0.14, alpha = 0.05) between the number of Yes responses and No responses using Chi-squared analysis when analyzing all groups together; All items were just as likely to receive Yes (responding that the item was a mint) responses as they were to receive No responses or Inadequate Information responses. One interesting finding was that in pairwise comparisons, the light green Smarties, the white Smarties and the Chalk piece were all more likely to receive Yes responses than the Orange colored Smarties, the Penny or bivalve. It seems that being white or pastel green and of a certain shape and size may make people think it is a mint when putting it in their mouths regardless of any flavor present or lack of flavor. However, these differences were not statistically significant, and were absent when all groups were compared together. No mints were used in this test. Or, in my opinion, in this review. >>>> This is the part of my review where I’d like to mention what I feel is the best attribute of these items. I am certain that PUR employed an interdisciplinary team of chemists, materiel specialists and food scientists who worked on this item, running through iteration after iteration until they decided on this combination of size, shape, texture, formula, etc. and indeed it is a winner, of sorts. It certainly took all the collaboration and trouble-shooting, discovery and invention to solve one of the most intractable problems known to man, clearly on the scale of global climate change, economic disparity, religious intolerance, and the like, and these clever folks have solved it, to be sure. Without reservation, I can wholeheartedly applaud these professionals for successfully achieving what so many have failed to do, and made a candy tablet that is “not chalky”. So, even if they don’t rise to the level of “mint” by my standards (though, like a white or green colored Smarties or similarly shaped piece of sidewalk chalk or bivalve, some may disagree), they are a long lasting, not chalky, white ovoid mouth drop. I know that PUR is proud for how few ingredients they can put into a product, and in this way, the product excels. I applaud them for keeping it simple, for sure. Very few ingredients. Well done. One more ingredient, something with a detectible flavor, and these might be a hit! If that flavor were based on some variety of Mint (e.g. Peppermint (Mentha piperita), Spearmint, (Mentha spicata), Wild mint (Mentha arvensis)), it might suitably be classified as a mint product. If Amazon had a 5 star category for “keeping it simple” or “Item contains few ingredients despite it’s purpose”, trust me, I’d give all the stars. Note below, in the Stars section, there is no option such as an “NA” option to signify “lack of flavor” so the star number wouldn’t count against the product, only star number, suggesting it has an unpleasant taste. It does not. It just has little-to-no taste. What I’d like is an “Unable to detect it” option for Flavor. I can almost fool myself in giving it one star, so I’ll round up and give it that rating. ******* UPDATE******* I tried a few of these PUR bits from the second package I purchased (I got a twin-pack). I should say that in the jargon of Amazon reviews it was precisely 1-star’s worth stronger. I could tell these little ovoids are indeed “somewhat minty”. If I were an Ad-guy I’d write that on the little zipper type baggy they come in; I’d sell them as “PUR Somewhat Minty Sweet-Bits” So, yes, they do have a slight minty taste that is not unpleasant, hinting at “nice”.Read more

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  4. JLG

    The variety pack includes orange tangerine, spearmint, polar mint, mojito, and peppermint. 1. Orange tangerine is my absolute favorite!! These are as good as candy. A 5year old agreed that they liked the flavor. 2. Polar mint. The 2nd best. 3. Peppermint is fair. 4. Spearmint tastes like toothpaste. I gave it away to a co-worker that said it tasted amazing. 5. Mojito, I didn’t even try it. I gave it away. These mints would be perfect if they weren’t so expensive. I love how they have simple ingredients, not a paragraph like a lot of items. I also like it has zero carbs and no sugar. Overall I will buy again but will have to try using them sparingly since they’re so expensive. I do wish that out of the 5 flavors I would’ve loved more than just two.Read more

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  5. aslem

    I bought these because I’ve developed a compulsive mint habit behind my mask and I wanted to cut down my sugar consumption. Bought the variety pack since I’ve never tried this brand before. They come in resealable plastic pouches, which could be quieter than a tin for mint sneaking purposes. Here’s my flavor breakdown: -Tangerine Tango: Meh. Decent tangerine taste with an odd chemical background. Edible. 3 stars. -Polar Mint: Do you like minty cough drops? This is Vick’s vapor rub in a mint. Inedible. 1 Star. -Mojito Mint: Tangy Lime, but not in a good way. The lime doesn’t mingle with the mint as well as you might think. Barely edible. 2 stars. -Peppermint: Good. Very peppermint-y. Unimaginative but dependable. 4 stars. -Spearmint: This is my go-to mint flavor, so I have high requirements for it. It has a slight bitter chemical taste, but nothing terrible. Edible, but not crave-able. 4 stars.Read more

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  6. L. J. Petillo

    I’ve tried all the Pur flavors and Tangerine Tango is the only one I really like. The other Pur flavors (all some version of mint), to me, seem to have a medicinal component. Like they have menthol or eucalyptus mixed in. Tangerine Tango doesn’t have the medicinal flavor. The reason I buy them is because I have night time dry mouth and they all work quite well for that. I wake up with a dry mouth, pop one in and go back to sleep for at least 4 hours before I need another one. I’ll keep buying Pur Tangerine Tango, but will get other flavors from other brands (Spry Cinnamon is really good if you like cinnamon.)Read more

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  7. cosmikat

    I only have one of these in a day. Their flavor is strong, but they melt fairly quickly in your mouth. There have been no repercussions from its ingredients, like an upset stomach or anything like that. I will definitely keep some of these around all the time.Read more

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  8. VSQCo

    Mints are larger than I had expected. I chose the

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  9. Wildlife Gal

    Hmmm, that is pretty tasty! That was my response to the first piece, that is how good the flavor was of both Tangerine Tango and Peppermint is. For me, these two were the clear winners. I then went on to eat the orange ones like popcorn, perfect for the diabetic that is craving a ‘sugar’ fix! Tangerine Tango: a bit reminiscent of orange TicTacs or TANG. Peppermint: a nice cool, mouth freshening pleasant flavor, along the lines of an old fashioned “HumBug”. Cool Mint: definitely a ‘stronger’ mint, stronger than I prefer, more like those round, white “Scotch Mints”. Spearmint: lovely flavor, true spearmint, was surprised I preferred the peppermint. Mojito Mint: never had a mojito, and certainly won’t now. Not a fan of the limeade/mint combo, personally. My spouse loved them all! Please remember, if you have pets, Xylitol, the sweetener used, is absolutely toxic to them! Please keep these in a sealed glass jar to prevent accidents.Read more

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  10. Will W.

    These mints have an amazing taste, it has a mild sweetness that makes sucking on these bad boys for as long as possible an easy thing to do. And if you cant handle the temptation of bitting down on one of these, then dont worry. They practically melt in your mouth when you do.Read more

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  11. Flufferz

    These mints are excellent!! Very satisfying for keto when you aren’t hungry but just wanna taste something good. Orange flavour is sweet and tastes like an orange candy. I bought these on a whim and I’m glad I did! My only negative point is that these should have a warning label that these are poisonous for dogs because if you’re not aware and your dog gets into them that can be fatal.Read more

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  12. Sean

    These are a decent product. Xylitol is catching up as a lower carb sweetener (some will say no carb, whatever works!) and it’s helpful for me at work to freshen my breath and also protect the teeth. My only complaint is that it’s significantly more expensive that I feel it should be but I don’t know all the factors.Read more

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  13. Amazon Customer

    I purchased these mints for my son and I. We both have a sensitive palate, and although they taste good we could not eat more than 1 without noticing an after taste on our tongue. Not sure why but after I had two of them within an hour I ended up with a taste in my mouth that was unpleasant. It specifically leaves a residue on your tongue. I had to ask my son what he thought and his favourite was the Tangerine, but he also said he did not like to eat anymore after 1 and his tongue was sensitive. Also, a few of the packages I had the mints broke in half or little pieces. I would not buy them again, the gum is much better.Read more

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    PUR 100% Xylitol Mints, Sugarless Peppermint, Sugar Free + Aspartame Free + Gluten Free, Vegan & Keto Friendly – Freshens Breath, Low Carb, Simply Pure Natural Flavored Candy, 20 Pieces (Pack of 5) Peppermint 20 Count (Pack of 5)
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