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Haribo SUGAR FREE Classic Gummi Bears, 1 Lb

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  • Sugar Free
  • Product of Haribo
  • Net Wt.: 1Lb (453g)

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Ingredients
Lycasin Syrup, Gelatin, Citric Acid, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Artificial Colors: Red 40, Yellow 5, Blue 1, Fractionated Coconut Oil, Beeswax, Carnauba Wax, Starch.

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Product Description

Haribo Sugar Free Gummy Bears are Sugar Free, Fat Free, and Sodium Free!

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B006J1FBLM
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (199 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,263 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

I'm highly disappointed and even skeptical about the origins of this product.
Michael Beck
If you eat more than 5 or 6 of these prepare to spend a few hours in the bathroom with stomach cramps and diarrhea.
Michael
My journey began with a bear crawl to the bathroom (because I was unable to stand from the gouging stomach pain)!
Scott Smith

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

719 of 815 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 25, 2014
April 25, 2014 - A day that will live in infamy – I was suddenly and deliberately attack by these evil gummy bears

It all started the day prior when my sugar tooth persuaded me to eat 2 handfuls of these sugar-free delights. Fast forward 15 hours 23 minutes and 44 seconds, the world shook. All hell broke loose inside me, a sudden headache, my skin began to perspire and something tore around in my abdomen with force enough to make me latch onto my couch with both hands and let out a sheer cry that sent my dog retreating into the bedroom, she probably knew the battle was already lost. I tried to make for the bathroom but the pressure was so intense I had to wait it out on the couch until a lapse in the gut-busting occurred and I regained control of my muscles. It took only moments before the volcano Mt Anus had blown its top. The air quickly turned poisonous from the methane and sulfuric fumes that spewed forth. Violence and terror are understatements of what happened for the next 45 minutes. I sustained 3rd degree burns from contact with the lava that flowed abruptly from my bowels, my blood pressure was at record levels, and my body mass was reduced by 4 lbs. After ample ventilation of the crime scene I quickly took a shower and changed clothes because the powerful fumes had soaked through the fabric and into the skin. I almost had a mental breakdown in the shower after realizing those little gummy bears had nearly defeated such a man that I thought I was. I can now hardly bare to look forward through the night-terrors and PTSD that will come of this horrid event. . .
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700 of 803 people found the following review helpful By Trent Allen on September 16, 2013
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These little gummies should be made with little horns on their heads. These bears look so sweet and innocent, yet they have an evil side which is equivalent to eating 100 EXLAX tablets!

To be quite honest, I read the reviews, and after reading about someone else needing a seatbelt because they gave you so much gas, or about the guy that said to eat these and go on a long road trip if you want to break up with your girlfriend, I had to try them!! :) The guy that mentions NAPALM, I have to say is exaggerating a little bit. He must've had a few Jalapeño's, or some Mexican food before eating these, because they don't put off any heat at all. They do however do everything else others say they do!

I really purchased these bad boys to give to a few CHOICE "Friends", and some fellow Co-workers!! I handed these little guys out like they grew from a tree! I made sure not to give them any more than 15. If you give someone a handful of 30 or more, they may eat only 5 or 10 of them, and save the rest for later. If you give them 15, they are practically guaranteed to eat all 15! So, after handing them out, I sat down at my desk and waited!! ;) These little devils got hold of my co-workers after 45 minutes to an hour and a half, and I have to tell you, I've never had so much fun at work before! There are 5 restrooms in my entire building. There are about 60 people in the building. 1 co-ed restroom, and 2 male/ 2 female restrooms. There was a line of people using the restrooms, even after the guys decided that it was ok to use the female restrooms for EMERGENCY use only!!

BELIEVE ME, THIS WAS AN EMERGENCY!!

My Boss decided he couldn't wait in line, and took off at 10:00 for an early lunch, just so he could use a restroom I think!
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690 of 818 people found the following review helpful By James O. Thach TOP 1000 REVIEWER on May 24, 2014
It's been a rough couple of years for my family. There have been a few land disputes, some nasty feuds, several imprisonments and a beheading. But perhaps our most celebrated misfortune was what has come to be known as The Brown Wedding.

I don't want to bore you with all the details, but essentially my cousin Robb was betrothed to the daughter of a family rival. Then, against all our counsel, he eloped with another woman. Classic Robb.

Anyway, you can imagine our surprise when we found ourselves invited to the wedding of the jilted bride. Perhaps it should have been a red flag. But we Starks love a free meal, so off we went.

They threw it in their castle. After a tense exchange between Robb and the father of the bride, the ceremony was performed, and we all sat down for the feast. It was bench seating. The food was simple fare--beans, broccoli, and bran muffins. Again, a warning sign, but we were caught up in the merriment and the wine.

Dessert arrived. The waiters uncovered tureens filled with colorful piles of gummy bears--a welcomed note of levity. The fifes played a jig, and we all dug in. They were delightful--fruity and delicious.

Twenty minutes later, the father of the bride proposed a toast. "To the Starks," he said. "May all your misfortunes be behind you."

Around this time, I began to feel uncomfortable rumblings down below, and looked about for a restroom. As my eyes scanned the hall, I noticed that the bride's family weren't eating the gummy bears. A waiter was refilling the tureen next to me. I snuck a glance at the bag--Haribo Sugar Free Gummy Bears. My blood ran cold.

I rose to shout a warning to my family, but the alarm came from my backside--a three-note trumpet blast that ended badly.
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