10 lb case of Peach Ringsfrom Jelly Belly. Fruity, gummy peach candy bursting with peach flavor. The vibrant, true-to-life peach taste is given a little extra kick with a light sugar sanding. 10 lb bulk case is delivered in a food grade cardboard box. All Confections by Jelly Belly are certified OU Kosher by the Orthodox Union. — Andrea Scartozzi from Hardware Toys in Paoli, Pa., told TDmonthly in an October 2011 survey about bestselling food and candy that they sell six to a dozen packages of peach rings or apple rings each month.
Introducing five flavors of Jelly Belly® beans drenched in rich, dark chocolate: Very Cherry, Raspberry, Strawberry, Coconut, and Orange. Jelly Belly Chocolate Dips are shipping in single flavor 10-lb. bulk cases, 2.8-oz bags, 12 to a display caddy. Jelly Belly Jelly Bean Chocolate Dips are gluten-free, gelatin-free and certified OU Dairy Kosher.
The Jelly Belly Kids Mix of 20 flavors was selected by kids, for kids. The company interviewed children, pre-teens and teens to determine which Jelly Belly jelly bean flavors they loved most. The result is this collection of kid favorites. Launch date: February 2009.
With this game and candy in one, kids take the dare with the spin wheel, then pick the jelly bean in the color the spinner lands on to take a chance on tasting look-alike wild or mild flavors. There's a collection of 20 look-alike flavors, while others are the delicious Jelly Belly beans customers love. New for 2009 are Canned Dog Food and Centipede flavors, along with Booger, Baby Wipes and Pencil Shavings flavors, to name a few. Launch date: August 2009.
The gift set features two ceramic cone-shaped dishes in the waffle style, along with a 5-oz. package of the Ice Cream Parlor Mix. Fans can use the ceramic cones as whimsical candy dishes, or serve homemade sundaes topped with the new Jelly Belly beans. The new Jelly Belly flavors in the Cold Stone Creamery licensed line are Mint Mint Chocolate Chocolate Chip®, Chocolate Devotion™, Our Strawberry Blonde™, Apple Pie A La Cold Stone® and the popular Birthday Cake Remix™. Launch date: August 2008.
The jelly beans come in 20 flavors: 10 weird flavors and 10 wild flavors, with each weird flavor appearing almost identical to a wild flavor. Kids can dare to tell the difference between booger and juicy pear, toothpaste and berry blue, and much more. The back of the box features clues to distinguishing the flavors. Launch date: January 2, 2008.
Perfect as party favors, these oversized movie-type “theater” boxes are available in five varieties: 20 Assorted Flavors, Jelly Belly Sours, Soda Pop Shoppe, Buttered Popcorn and Smoothie Blend. The four-ounce boxes are packed in 12-count shelf displays. Launch date: June 2007.
These 1-oz. hard candy pops have the signature bean shape right down to the embossed Jelly Belly logo, and come in 10 flavors: Very Cherry, Watermelon, Sizzling Cinnamon, Strawberry Cheesecake, Cotton Candy, Blueberry, Tangerine, Bubblegum, Grape and Lemon. “LolliBeans taste great and are fun to eat for kids as well as the kid in all of us,” said John Pola, vice president of sales for the Jelly Belly Candy Company.