Frequently Asked Questions

 

Question: What are the nutritional values of Barkleys?

Answer: You can find Barkleys’ nutritional values under the heading nutritional information on this website. Nutritional values are also printed on all Barkleys packaging.

 

Question: What positive nutrition facts does Barkleys have?

Answer: Each Barkleys mint has less than 10 calories and no fat.

To prevent overweight the serving size ‘portion control’ of a Barkleys mint being less than 1 gram is helping out. Barkleys mints are the perfectly sized treat, providing a quick, high-flavor treat without consuming too much. Barkleys does not contain ingredients derived from milk, eggs, soy or wheat gluten.

 

Question: Is the Barkleys packaging  (tin) being recycled properly?

Answer:  In some countries in Europe it is required by law that Barkleys tins are being recycled properly via recognized recycling companies. Since tinplate is a very easy packaging to recycle we are happy to say that the tins are being recycled properly.

 

Question: Where can I buy Barkleys products?

Answer:

Barkleys mints products are available in more than 40 countries. If you want to know whether Barkleys is available in your country please send an e-mail to:  info@barkleysmints.com and we will send you this information.

 

Question: Can I buy Barkleys products online?

Answer: At the moment you cannot buy Barkleys products on line. We hope to be able to offer you this possibility in the near future.

 

Question: What is the shelflife of Barkleys?

Answer: the shelflife of Barkleys is 2 years after production. When it reaches you as a consumer, there is on average 18 months of shelflife left. The shelflife on Barkleys is printed on the side of each tin.

 

Question: I cannot find Barkleys products everywhere, why is that?

Answer:  Barkleys is produced by a middle sized company. The wide ranges of candy products of the multinational companies occupy the majority part of the shelf space in the bigger super market chains and therefore smaller brands like Barkleys are not always available there.