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YumEarth Organic Lollipops, 5 Pound Bag
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YumEarth, the #1 organic candy brand in the US, was founded by two dads committed to feeding their families delicious honest foods. We love dreaming up mouth-watering treats that burst with yum - and are dedicated to the simplest ingredients. World famous gummies, fruit snacks, licorice, lollipops, and other treats are crafted with the YumEarth legendary award winning flavors. We are gluten-free, dairy-free and peanut-free and contain no synthetic dyes, no artificial flavors, and no high-fructose corn syrup.
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Flavor: Lollipops | Size: 5 Pound
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There is a nice mix of flavors, but for those who are picky, they are not evenly distributed. Of the 330 lollipops I received in my 5-lb. bag,
64 (19%) Tart Sour Apple
58 (18%) Googly Grape
39 (12%) Mango Tango
32 (10%) Strawberry Smash
28 (8%) Ginger Zest
25 (8%) Wet-face Watermelon
24 (7%) Pomegranate Pucker
22 (7%) Cheeky Lemon
17 (5%) Orange Squeeze
11 (3%) Blood Orange Cocktail
8 (2%) Very Very Cherry
2 (<1%) Tooberry Blueberry
My middle son has ADHD and we've had wild success following the Feingold Diet for him. That being said, finding candy that has zero artificial food coloring and no processed sugar is really hard to do. Enter Yummy Earth, and they save the day!
Also, the fact that they are labeled VEGAN is a big deal, as now I know that they do not have Castoreum in them for the cherry/strawberry flavoring. Castoreum is beaver anal gland juice, and it is considered a "natural flavor" according to the USDA. It's nasty, and the only way you know for sure you're not eating anal juice is if the product is labeled VEGAN. I am not opposed to eating meat at all - but anal juice? Really? Why not use the real berry or vanilla bean for the flavoring? Who thought of tasting and then using anal gland juice?
Here is the breakdown of what we received:
326 lollis (well, 327, but one did not have a wrapper on it, so it went to the trash).
Cherry - 35
Pomegranate - 41
Blueberry - 50
Strawberry - 48
Watermelon - 41
Mango - 40
My husband doesn't like the watermelon, but my kids & I enjoy them all!
36 = Very Cherry
59 = Pomegranate Pucker
32 = Strawberry Smash
40 = Wetface Watermelon
40 = Blueberry Tooberry
48 = Sour Apple Tart
33 = Mango Tango
34 = Googly Grape
322 Total Lollipops
Shipping was free and relatively fast.
At $30 for a 5 lb. bag with free shipping, this is a good deal and cheaper than if you purchase through YummyEarth's website directly.
It mentions this in the item description but I'll mention it again this assortment does not include Hot chili Pops :(
Sometimes I can find these at TJ Maxx of all places
A good lollipop if you can afford them ---
Pomegranate Pucker tasted like cough syrup, Too Berry Blueberry tasted exactly like blueberry, with a hint of creaminess. Mango Tango tasted like dehydrated mango pieces that they put in organic cereal--it tasted stale, like dried mango that has been on the shelf for far too long. Strawberry Smash tasted like strawberry Fig Newtons which if you haven't had before don't really taste like strawberries. On the plus side, Very Cherry tasted like any other cherry lollipop, Sour Apple tasted like a fresh pear (probably sweetened with pear juice) and Wet Face Watermelon comes close to Jolly Rancher's watermelon with a slightly muddled flavor that isn't as crisp as Jolly Rancher's.
I've gone through the entire bag and sorted them to find out approx how many of each there are in the bag. Note that I didn't count each one (sorting them took long enough as it were).
Sour Apple Tart- 25%>
Very Very Cherry- 20%<
Strawberry Smash- 20%>
Pomegranate Pucker: 10%>
Mango Tango: 10%<
Wet Face Watermelon-10%>
Too Berry Blueberry: 4%<
Blood Orange Cocktail- 0%
I'm not sure why I didn't get any Blood Orange Cocktails but the following flavors seem to have been discontinued and will not be included in future bags (unless you get an older bag)
Googly Grape (being phased out, only got 8 in the entire bag--tasted like any other grape candy)
Star for Star explanation:
+1* for organic ingredients
+1* for invested founders
+1* for cherry, apple (just call it pear!) and watermelon flavors
-1* for mango and pomegranate
-1* because premium gourmet lollipops still take the cake in terms of flavor. It's hard to beat the cherry/strawberry/blueberry cheesecake and raspberry lemonade flavors other brands offer.
Looks like most of the grosser flavors like pomegranate are going to the neighborhood kids this halloween. The best part of these is that they don't splinter or cut your tongue like a razor blade and don't leave a chemical aftertaste that some lollies do. Hopefully my kid nieces will enjoy these tremendously, as they're the ones I originally bought them for.
Notes to the founders of Yummy Earth:
I'd like to mention that the naming of Wet Face watermelon is very unfortunate as it reminds me of an offensive racial slur in case the owners of the company happen to come across this review.
I'd love to see the following flavors added to the line: cinnamon, lemon and a true sour green apple (add a citric acid to the apple recipe). Keep pear and reintroduce it as "Perfectly Pear", or whatever wacky name you guys like. Create a cheesecake line and I'll single handedly keep you in business!
Now if you excuse me, I'm going to brush my teeth furiously and eat some saltines to calm my stomach after taste testing everything.
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