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Candy Spotlight: Jelly Belly Pumpkin Pie Jelly Beans

 

 
This Delicious Holiday Flavor is Back for a Limited Time!

No Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner would be complete without a slice pumpkin pie. Jelly Belly Pumpkin Pie jelly beans deliver that spicy true-to-life flavor of this seasonal must-have. This traditional sweet dessert jelly bean makes the prefect party snack.

 

 

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1869- Gustav Goelitz, 24, opens a candy business in Belleville, Illinois, and sets the family on its sweet destiny. That's him in front with his foot on the barrel. Read More

 

 

 

Company: Jewel
Brand: Jelly Belly
Origin: USA
Category: Candy
Packaging: 16 oz
Claims: Limited Edition, OU Kosher. Gluten free, peanut free, dairy free, fat free and vegetarian friendly.
Price: $8.99
Where to Buy: Buy Online
Website: jellybelly.com

 

 

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Candy Spotlight: Jewel Ginger Ale Jelly Beans

Jewel Ginger Ale jelly beans incorporate real ginger in their ingredients for a true-to-life experience. Ginger Ale has sweet notes with a subtle "bite" of ginger which create a delightful taste adventure. Shimmering amber-gold color makes these beans perfect for weddings, parties or baking decorations.

 

 

About the Company
1869- Gustav Goelitz, 24, opens a candy business in Belleville, Illinois, and sets the family on its sweet destiny. That's him in front with his foot on the barrel. Read More
 

 

Company: Jewel
Brand: Jelly Belly
Origin: USA
Category: Candy
Packaging: 7.5 oz re-sealable bag.
Claims: Limited Edition, OU Kosher. Gluten free, peanut free, dairy free, fat free and vegetarian friendly.
Price: $5.99
Where to Buy: Buy Online
Website: jellybelly.com

 

 

 

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Candy Review: Jelly Belly Draft Beer Flavor Jelly Beans

FAIRFIELD, Calif., Jan. 18, 2014­­ /PRNewswire/ -- When candy makers at Jelly Belly Candy Company set out to create the world's first beer flavored jelly bean, the question wasn't how; it was what. Ale or Lager? Stout? Lambic? Pilsner? In the end, the company opted to pay homage to its German ancestry with a Hefeweizen-inspired ale flavor, and Draft Beer Jelly Belly® jelly beans took shape. The new flavor will debut at Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco and ISM in Cologne, Germany.

Beer has been a highly-requested flavor by consumers for decades. Jelly Belly is known as much for flavor innovation as perfection. The research and development team wanted to get it just right before announcing the new flavor to the world.

"This took about three years to perfect," says Ambrose Lee, research and development manager for Jelly Belly Candy Company. "The recipe includes top secret ingredients, but I can tell you it contains no alcohol."

The effervescent and crisp flavor is packed in a golden jelly bean with an iridescent finish. Beer connoisseurs will find the flavor profile to be clean with notes of wheat and a touch of sweetness. The aroma is mildly bready. While Draft Beer packs a flavor punch, it is alcohol free.

"Usually the factory has a sweet and fruity aroma, but when we're making this flavor it's just like being in an ale house," says Jeff Brown, vice president in charge of manufacturing for Jelly Belly Candy Company.

"Anyone who enjoys a good, cold beer will enjoy Draft Beer Jelly Belly beans for the simple fact that it tastes just as you'd imagine," says Rob Swaigen, vice president of marketing for Jelly Belly Candy Company.

"I love the flavors in a good beer and Jelly Belly has managed to get that from brew to bean in an incredible way," says Jackie Dodd, beer expert, cookbook author, and the voice behind the popular cooking with craft beer blog The Beeroness. "Jelly Belly found a way to fit 15 pints in the palm of your hand, they deserve an award."

Draft Beer Jelly Belly beans are a wonderful gift for beer lovers for Father's Day, birthdays, and even St. Patrick's Day and Oktoberfest . The new flavor will be available at candy counters throughout the world in early 2014.

Draft Beer is the latest in a long line of flavor innovations from Jelly Belly Candy Company. The company first created a non-alcoholic gourmet flavor in 1977 with Mai Tai. Since then, more flavors from Blackberry Brandy to Strawberry Daiquiri were developed, inspired by popular cocktails. Over the years, favorite flavors like Piña Colada (1983), Margarita (1995) and Mojito (2010) have helped carve out the Jelly Belly Cocktail Classics® collection of six cocktail flavors.

Flavor innovation doesn't stop with the Jelly Belly bean flavor itself. Thoughtfully combining Draft Beer with other Jelly Belly bean flavors create "beer cocktail" flavors, a beverage trend among craft beer connoisseurs, including The Beeroness blog:

2 Draft Beer + 1 Peach = Beer Sangria
2 Draft Beer + 1 Red Apple = Beer cider
2 Draft Beer + 1 Lemon Lime + 1 TABASCO® = Michelada

The Beeroness will host a Tweet Up at 21st Amendment, 563 Second Street in San Francisco, on January 21 to introduce the new Draft Beer flavor to her beer-loving fans. For more information, visit thebeeroness.com.

Jelly Belly beans contain four calories per bean and are fat free, peanut free, dairy free, gluten free, gelatin free, vegetarian and OU Kosher certified. For information, visit www.jellybelly.com. Consumers may contact Jelly Belly Consumer Affairs at (800) 522-3267, and retailers may contact Customer Service at (800) 323-9380. Connect with us on Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest and Google+.

 

 
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Crossing Snapple with Jelly Belly

It almost sounds like a joke. What do you get when you cross a Snapple drink with a Jelly Belly jelly bean?

But it’s no joke, just an imaginative cross pollination. Jelly Belly jelly beans and Snapple beverages—two brands known for their creative flavors—have joined forces in the rollout of five new jelly beans inspired by Snapple.

The new candy flavors are Fruit Punch Mango Madness, Cranberry Raspberry, Pink Lemonade and Kiwi Strawberry. The jelly bean packaging is prominently marked with both the Jelly Belly and Snapple brand logos.

The two brands view this venture as an ideal way for Jelly Belly fans to sample Snapple drinks and vice versa.

"Jelly Belly sought to capture the essence of popular Snapple flavors in a jelly bean with the Jelly Belly Snapple Mix," said Rob Swaigen, vice president of marketing for Jelly Belly Candy Company. "We used the flavors and juices found in Snapple juice drinks, so the flavor is noticeably true to life."

According to Jelly Belly, the beans are made with real fruit juices and purees, 100% natural flavors and colors from natural sources.

Available through Jelly Belly’s online candy store, there are a variety of packages to choose from, including cool little Snapple bottle-shaped containers.

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