In Japan, they released candies without smell and taste

Odorless and tasteless candies have been released in Japan, writes Oddity Central. The novelty is in demand among buyers.
The Lawson company presented candies that have no taste or smell. The candies contain only two ingredients: a synthetic sugar substitute, polydextrose, and an organic sugar substitute.
However, people who have tried the candy say that it tastes. it reminds of the sweetness of white rice. 
As the makers of unflavored candies have explained, some people use their candies to keep their throats from drying out from extra flavorings. In addition, the absence of excessive fragrances and chemical additives generally has a positive effect on the human body.