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flo's avatar

Where can liquorice (edible) be found other than the corner stores or maybe supermarkets?

Asked by flo (11237points) 1 month ago

I used the word edible in case there’s another purpose for it.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liquorice
I have never seen it anywhere other than corner strores. Maybe supermarkets, I’m not sure.
”...eating 2 ounces of black licorice a day for at least two weeks could land you in the hospital with an irregular heart rhythm or arrhythmia.”
https://abc13.com/food/man-blames-twizzlers-black-licorice-for-heart-problems/4602468/

So, where else is it sold to the regular customer, whether it’s different content or brand/s etc?

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zenvelo's avatar

Any good candy store.

Kardamom's avatar

Most stand alone candy stores, and online candy stores like See’s Candies, Swiss Colony, Hadley’s, and even Amazon.

They also have it in almost every grocery store.

And here is a site called Licorice International:
https://www.licoriceinternational.com/licorice/pc/home.asp

flo's avatar

Ok. I forgot to about the speciaty candy stores. So, other than they are probably better quality, more expensive, what would be the difference between the ones found in corner stores and the ones in specialty candy stores?

flo's avatar

Is Glycyrrhizin an ingredient wherever they are sold?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glycyrrhizin

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