Organic Sours Jelly Beans from the makers of Jelly Belly - 10 lbs bulk

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Organic Sours Jelly Beans from the makers of Jelly Belly. Tasty and tart. Ten pounds of five sour flavors to have for your next party or event.

$127.50

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Latest News

  • TRAVEL: Nobody doesn't like Jelly Bellies unless, of course, they're BeanBoozled

    07/28/17 ,via The Star Beacon

    When traveling, we enjoy stopping for company tours, most of which are enjoyable, educational and free. We have toured a Bumble Bee tuna plant in Oregon, a Blue Bell ice cream plant in Texas, an aluminum smelter in British Columbia, and a Buffalo, New 

  • Mom Who Sued Over Sugar In Jelly Beans Sought Healthier Snack; Jelly Belly Called Suit 'Nonsense'

    08/02/17 ,via Forbes

    Jelly Belly Candy Co. is again asking a federal judge to toss the lawsuit of a mother of six who now says she was tricked into buying its exercise jelly beans while trying to find a healthy snack for her family. On July 17, the company filed a motion

  • Jelly Belly and Krispy Kreme Just Launched the Sweetest Collaboration

    07/27/17 ,via InStyle

    Calling all sugar fiends! Jelly Belly has partnered with Krispy Kreme for a highly-anticipated line of donut-inspired candies. It will feature the pastry brand's most popular flavors: Original Glazed, Strawberry Iced, Glazed Blueberry Cake, Cinnamon

  • Krispy Kreme And Jelly Belly Just Created Donut-Flavored Jelly Beans

    07/18/17 ,via HuffPost

    Jelly Belly recently announced a collaboration with Krispy Kreme on a new, donut-inspired jelly bean mix. We haven't seen a partnership this good since peanut butter and jelly got together. The five new jelly bean flavors ― Original Glazed, Cinnamon

  • Jelly Belly train tour, visitors center receive modern updates

    07/06/17 ,via WISN Milwaukee

    The Jelly Belly Express, a train that takes visitors to the Pleasant Prairie distribution center through the Jelly Belly warehouse as they learn how the company creates jelly beans, has gotten a host of upgrades for the roughly 150,000 annual visitors

Books

  • Jelly Belly

    Yearling. 2009. ISBN: 9780307533098,0307533093. 160 pages.

    It's tough for eleven-year-old Ned to stop eating. At four-feet-eight inches tall he weighs one hundred and nine pounds, and he keeps growing--wider. When his pareents send him to a summer diet camp, he and his bunkmates can't quite give up their old habits. The joys of candy and doughnuts are so appealing that "cheating" adventures seems to be the only answer. The problem, of course, is how to lose weight and keep eating sweets. When Ned finally realizes that there is only one way to lose...

  • Jelly Belly, by Robert Kimmel Smith

    2017. ISBN: 1561372382,9781561372386. 32 pages.

    Suggests activities to be used in the classroom to accompany the reading of Jelly belly by Robert Kimmel Smith.

  • Jelly Belly

    Gardners Books. 2017. ISBN: 1552633268,9781552633267. 64 pages.

    The delightful collection of children`s poetry as you remember it, by the author of Alligator Pie, and illustrated by Juan Wijngaard. Originally published in 1983, Jelly Belly tickles readers--children and grown-ups alike--with a whimsical and modern mix of humour and traditional Mother Goose charm. Almost 20 years later, Jelly Belly continues to be loved by young audiences in Canada and abroad. This playful collection features rhymes that build on the nursery tradition, as well as...

  • Jelly Belly

    1984. ISBN: 0207149178,9780207149177. 64 pages.
  • The Contender

    Harper Collins. 2010. ISBN: 9780061995873,0061995878. 240 pages.

    Before you can be a champion, you have to be a contender. Alfred Brooks is scared. He's a highschool dropout and his grocery store job is leading nowhere. His best friend is sinking further and further into drug addiction. Some street kids are after him for something he didn't even do. So Alfred begins going to Donatelli's Gym, a boxing club in Harlem that has trained champions. There he learns it's the effort, not the win, that makes the man -- that last desperate struggle to get back on...

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