Cherry gummy bears are great for any occasion. They are soft and chewy as well as a great red color that even adults love to take part in. These would make a great purchase for Valentine 's Day or Christmas due to the fabulous red shade that they have.
When you bite into one of these gummy bears you are sure to find that the ripe flavor of cherry is more than enough to please your mouth. Since they come in a bulk bag it is sure to be enough to go around no matter what occasion you are using them for. If you are looking for a way to delight almost everyone then this is certainly one of the great candies that is able to do this. After all who doesn't like the way that these candies are so cute and fun? It is hard to beat the greatness of this wonderful product.
About 145 bears per pound
Price per pound $3.60
Made by: Albanese
*Color variations occur in manufacturing process. Color may differ from the photo displayed. No refunds due to color variation.
Gummi's are produced in a plant which processes peanuts, tree nuts, soy, wheat, milk product. Gluten Free
Corn Syrup, Sugar Gelatin,Citric Acid, Sorbitol, Natural & Artificial Flavors, Pectin, FD&C Yellow No. 5, Yellow No. 6, Blue No.1, Red No. 4, Vegetable Oil (Coconut) and Carnauba Wax used for anti-sticking
Very soft and chewy!
My husband is a kid at heart and loves red gummy bears. They were great. Excellent flavor. I only wish my husband would of left a few for me, he ate the 5lb bag in less than a week.
These are very addictive
Pros: Good price for the amount of gummy bears
We had to taste test before the wedding in Sept. When we opened one bag the wonderful cherry smell just filled the whole room. Then the taste was great. Tasted a bit like cherry cough drops!
Looked good in the wedding favor cone.
Pros: Who doesn't like red gummy bears.
Cons: Strong fregrance dominated the cone
These Red Cherry Gummie Bears were so good, my wife and I wound up hiding them from each other. It became a full-time Easter hunt. Whomever found them last also found a new hiding place to hoard them. It was fun, frustrating, and ultimately rewarding
Cons: couldn't stop eating them
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