Haribo Jelly Babies Reviews
Product Type: Haribo Sweets
Newest Review: ... look to them, although I do not find this off-putting or a negative point. The Haribo jelly babies smell very fruity when I ... more
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Haribo mini jelly babies
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Last Update 22.05.2013 04:13
by - written on 09/03/11 (Very useful, 161 readings)
I have a massive sweet tooth and regularly enjoy eating a variety of sweet treats like chocolate snacks and jelly sweets. One of my favourite varieties of jelly sweets is jelly babies, and my favourite brand is Haribo. I find that this variety of jelly babies can be quite hard to come by though, as they seem to be slightly less common than their big-branded rivals, that of the 'Bassetts' brand. The Haribo Jelly babies come in a plastic bag that is mainly yellow in colour although there is a clear section across the middle of the bag which allows me to see the little jelly people through the plastic. I can see that the jelly babies are a variety of colours ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/09/09 (Very useful, 147 readings)
*Guilty pleasures* We all have a guilty pleasure, something that we love to eat even though it's bad for us. For me, one of mine is visiting the cinema with a good bag of sweets. After discovering them recently, Haribo Jelly Babies have become my confectionery treat of choice and I like them more than is healthy for a guy who really doesn't 'do' sweet foods. *Where would I be without Poundland?* These jelly babies aren't as widely available as the rest of the Haribo range in the UK (perhaps they're a little bit too traditional when compared to Starmix, Tangfastics and the like?) They can be picked up occasionally in bigger supermarkets ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/12/09 (Very useful, 55 readings)
I have quite a sweet tooth for a 30 year old man. I regularly eat chocolate & biscuits & other items too. I do like jellys, but I tend not to but them that much. That is with the exception of these. Haribo Jelly Babies are quite hard to find. I think that this is because Bassett's Jelly Babies tend to be better sellers & are a more recognised British brand name. My local supermarket doesn't sell the Haribo ones. The only places I know where I can buy them are Macro & Poundland who charge £1.00 per bag. There are quite a few different flavours available including Lime, Lemon & Orange. The reason I am such a big than of these is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/01/10, updated on 27/01/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Mmm jelly babies... I love these and it's Haribo's version that I like the most. They come in a wide variety of flavours (as you can see from the picture) and truly kinder to your sweet tooth. I can't get enough of these and whenever I see these in my local newsagents I have to pick bag or two up. They seem to be of a much higher quality and I believe they taste better :D. The only problem with them is the health thing. Yeah, they're not healthy, and if you look at the ingredients you'll soon see why. This fruity confectionary is filled with flavourings, colourings and glazing agents (beeswax). There's also a whole lot of glucose syrup in there - I guess ... Read the complete review
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