Haribo Strawberries Bag Reviews
Product Type: Haribo Sweets
Newest Review: ... The packets stand out as much as the flavour. They are in the top 20 Haribo sweets currently on the market-although many ... more
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Haribo Strawbs 160g
Haribo Strawbs Kids Jelly Sweets - 12 x 160gm
Last Update 21.05.2013 23:35
Haribo Strawberries Bag 160 g (Pack of 12)
HARIBO Strawbs 12 X 160g - Pack of 12
Last Update 21.05.2013 22:59
by - written on 10/03/08 (Useful, 114 readings)
What can I say for these except yummmmmm. I remember when you could only buy these for 2p from the corner shop, well before 'bagged' jellies came out! They are a firm fav of mine when I goto the cinema. They are bigger than usual for a jelly sweet probably twice the size of a jelly baby, and come in the shape of yes you guessed it; a strawberry! Being haribo means that you are guaranteed a good quality jelly sweet, its texture is very smooth but perhaps more 'gummy' than say a jelly baby. Also the strawberry taste is delicious although too many can be sickly! (but isnt that part of the fun of going to the cinema?). Although they are one of my firm ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/10 (Very useful, 90 readings)
I absolutely love these sweets. They are so tangy, fruity and juicy, I can eat the whole bag and still want more! Retailing for approximately 99p per 200g bag, they are great value for money as you get so many in the packet. You get about 45 sweets in a bag, which are shaped round at the top and flat at the bottom. They are sold in a green, white and red bag with a picture of the haribo kid in dungarees. The packets stand out as much as the flavour. They are in the top 20 Haribo sweets currently on the market-although many supermarkets don't even sell them! The benefits of strawbs are that they are Gluten free, Nut free, Milk free and most ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/09 (Very useful, 64 readings)
These are by far my favourite sweets that I have ever tried. Although unfortunately not everywhere stocks them. Haribo first started in 1920, although Strawbs kicked off a while later. What Strawbs are is a replica strawberry in the form of a jelly sweet. Personally, I think they taste unbelievable, and I have reason!:) Taste --------- Strawbs taste awesome, fantastic, out of this world, words can't describe them. You get the point. Unlike similar sweets trying to take on the strawberry taste, Strawbs hit the target the cleanest. Instead of trying to go straight at the strawberry taste, Strawbs take some of the vividness of the favour out and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/05/09 (Very useful, 121 readings)
I normally don't buy sweets (well apart from chocolate!!) But when I was in Asda the other day I noticed they were on offer for 50p a packet for all Haribo bags. The bags weigh 200g which was really good value for money. They are usually priced around £1.09 for a pack. The packaging - Well because they are strawbs the pack is red and green, with Haribo written in large white writing along the top. There is also the the Haribo kid on the front holding up a strawberry that says "with real fruit juice". On the back of the packet it has all the information you need with ingredients and nutritional information. There is also the food facts ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/09 (Very useful, 73 readings)
I love Jelly sweets and although I tend to buy a mixed bag rather than all the 1 flavour, I still sampled these at home last night after a shop at Asda. Asda are selling quite a few 200g Haribo bags for 50p each, so that swayed me! Packaging wise this is alright. It is a bright red bag with a large see through part in the middle so you see the Red Jellies through the bag. The red on the outside is meant to look like the Strawberry symbol which has the yellow flecks through it. The Haribo brand is quite large up the top and stands out well. There is a cartoon boy on the front of the pack as well. The blurb on the back states that these have No ... Read the complete review
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