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Haribo's chefs have concocted a new and exciting Fruity Pasta dish of strawberry, apple, and pear gummy noodles gently tossed to sour perfection. Available in 5-ounce bags only.
Haribo, founded in 1920 in Bonn, Germany by Hans Riegel, is one of the most prominent manufacturers of sweets (namely fruit gums, licorice, and foam) in the world. The company name is an acronym for "Hans Riegel, Bonn" and stands as a reminder of Haribo's continuing loyalty to early traditions. After Hans Riegel died during World War II, his son, also named Hans Riegel, took over the factory and expanded its operations, taking over many local confectionery manufacturers in countries all over the world. Currently, Haribo operates five factories in Germany and 13 throughout the rest of Europe. The company also has sales offices in almost every country in Europe as well as in the Unites States. Haribo's German catch phrase is "Haribo macht kinder froh / und Erwachsene ebenso," which translates as "Kids and grown-ups love it so / the happy world of Haribo."
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These are so delicious and the price is the best I've found when you use subscribe and save.Published 8 months ago by Suzy
Excellent tasting and a fun texture! I like having these on hand when I have a sweet tooth yearning.Published 8 months ago by DIYGuy
Love these babies! Started eating them while in Germany visiting my sister and fell in love. So happy to get them from here!Published 21 months ago by randomactsofpunctuation
Great option for those avoiding gelatin. These are tasty and veggie friendly. Each flavor is as good as the other. You won't have to separate the colors to pick your favorite.Published on May 13, 2013 by Yummy Gummy
this product arrived and the product was very fresh and the test is great. I love the red gummy candy but it didn't have many of them in here.Published on May 12, 2013 by Ali
These sour candies can be found on every corner in German cities. Haribo continues it's tradition on high quality candies. Very well priced!Published on November 24, 2012 by Joe Smart
As a typical Haribo gummy candy, it's fine. Whatever.
But, this is NOT a sour candy. The package says "extra sour," but it's not even regular sour! Read more