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The second type of Skittles we tested was the original Skittles version, taking them from a 4 oz share-sized bag. At 17 Skittles of its type, orange color and flavored Skittles was the least present in the Original Skittles 4 oz share-sized package we tested.
We decided to measure the dimensions of a bag of Skittles candy. We used a share-sized bag for this measurement and included the spiked edges of the Skittles package.
The package measured when flat down, and "flush" with what it was resting on. Starting with the bag's length, including the spike, we measured a total of about 8 inches from spiked edge to spiked edge of the bag of share-sized Skittles.
In terms of how "full" the bag was, we could not get a good measurement, but estimate the bulge in the bag that the candy creates when inside of its packaging causes a distortion of about an inch in width of the bag.
We decided to measure a single Skittle. We attempted to measure from end to end of the small round piece of candy, choosing a purple Skittle out of a share-sized bag for this measurement.
It is hard to get a perfect measurement or to say for sure if both the length and width of a Skittle are truly uniform due to the difficulties of measuring perfectly with such a small round candy with a standard plastic school ruler.
Snack History decided to set Skittle on fire and see what happens to them. For this experiment, we used original Skittles out of a share-sized bag.
We placed the Skittles on a sauce-pan lid and used a common lighter to burn the Skittles. For the first few seconds, the Skittles were able to withstand a full force flame, but after about 5 seconds, some distortion was observed in the most heavily immolated of the Skittles.
Having the flame being used briefly and intermittently had little effect on the purple Skittle, but the green seemed slightly more suspectable to the flame.
The green Skittle began to melt after more than 5 seconds of flame was applied, though the purple seemed to resist for up to 10 seconds before becoming heavily impacted by the fire.
A sustained flame melted most of the Skittle down into a bubbling pool of half-melted candy shell and liquid, with only the purple seeming slightly more resistant.
The melted remains came off the metal lid easily, leaving no marks behind. Snack History decided to cook some Skittle in a pan skillet? We used a bag of original version Skittles for this cooking experiment.
The colors used were red, orange, yellow, green, and purple and roughly 80 Skittles in total were used. After pouring the Skittles into the pan, we set them on a stove and applied a moderate amount of heat from the burner.
For the first 2 minutes, almost nothing happened, and no change was detected to the Skittles under heat. By the third minute distortions began to quickly appear in the candy coatings of the cooking Skittles.
Within about 5 minutes the entire pan was a boiling mass of brown bubbling liquid that was the newly melted and now boiling Skittles.
The entire process took only about 5 minutes to go from room temperature Skittles to a boiling mess of candy.
The visible results quickly went from almost no change detectable in the Skittles to a melted mass within only about a couple of minutes.
There was a powerful smell of Skittles in the air as we cooked them on the pan. Clean up was a bit harder after setting Skittles to a boil rather than when we set this candy on fire, as it left behind a very sticky mess and we had to scrub the pan hard to clean it.
The consistency of melted Skittles is somewhat similar to honey, molasses or a type of glaze. The woman claimed she was injured from chewing on the metal she alleged was in the Skittles.
Snack History searched Third Judicial Circuit of Michigan Case Records but was not able to find any information regarding the alleged lawsuit.
We cannot confirm if the lawsuit happened. Legal Newsline purports to be a legal journal covering high profile civil litigation lawsuits across the country.
The following information is for Skittles original version Nutrition Facts: Serving size 1 Percent Daily Values are based off a 2, calorie diet.
Information taken from back of original Skittles Ingredients and nutrition facts can change. Always read the label of the product you eat.
The following information is for Skittles Sour 51 Grams Bag. Information taken from back of Sour Skittle 51 gram package in Here are some pictures of Skittles candy.
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