What Flavors of Chupa Chups are Vegan?

Chupa Chups Vegan Lollipop Flavors

Chupa Chups are made in a variety of flavors, about half of which are vegan, half aren’t. While generally the fruity flavors are vegan this isn’t always the case, as there are some fruity-mixed flavors that are non-vegan that they make.

In addition to the lollies (lollipops) we’ll cover some other candies, sodas, and some weird special Chupa Chups branded foods below, after we cover which lollipop flavors are vegan of course.

If there’s a new flavor of Chupa Chups that comes out it may not be listed below, but feel free to contact us in that case and I’ll look into it!

Chupa Chups Vegan Lollipop Flavors:

  • Cola
  • Raspberry
  • Orange
  • Apple
  • Cherry
  • Lemonade
  • Watermelon
  • Grape
  • Strawberry

To be clear, while all the above flavors should always be vegan regardless of which country you buy them in, many of them are only available in certain countries. Lemonade and Watermelon generally aren’t available in the UK for example, while Orange often isn’t available in Australia.

Those are the only flavors that are vegan as far as the company says on each countries website, and what they told me in an email. Non-vegan flavors being any of the cocoa flavors, caramel, raspberry-vanilla, strawberries and cream, and creamy vanilla.

Other Chupa Chups Vegan Products:

  • Halloween Skull & Candies within
  • Sour Bites
  • Face-Designed lollipops and others of above-mentioned flavors
  • All Soda Flavors

The Bubblegum flavored candies appear to be vegan, however they did not list them in their replies to me and on the website they specify that it’s not dairy-free. I don’t see why that’d be, as the ingredients appear vegan-friendly, but I’d stay away from the bubblegum just in case.

Is this for UK candies or Australian Candies?


I’ve made sure to cross-reference the responses and ingredients, so regardless of if you’re buying them in one of the above countries, or North America which sometimes has them, they should be vegan if they’re listed as vegan.

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