Jelly Belly – America’s Favorite Jelly Bean!
Meet the source of many a sweet smile! Gel candies have been around for centuries, with modern hardshell beans hitting the shelves in the early 1900’s, so of course jelly beans are a universal longtime favorite But then, nearly 40 years ago, Jelly Belly brand jelly beans burst onto the scene, and everything changed. Overnight, the old-time jelly bean became obsolete. Traditional beans had a relatively bland chewy gel center, so that virtually all the flavor was contained in the hard candy shell. Jelly Bellies, on the other hand, are made with real fruit juices and natural ingredients infused throughout the candy, inside and out, so the fresh, crisp flavors absolutely leap onto your tongue continuously during the chew. The difference is amazing, exciting, wonderful—and the flavor, scrumptious beyond compare.
Today, Jelly Bellies are all the rage for wedding and event planners, and the Candy Gallery is your prime source for the brightest, most delicious jelly beans on the planet. We offer more than 50 Jelly Belly flavors, each variety more vividly colored than the last and bursting with that original fresh flavor no other candy can duplicate. They’re perfect for your upcoming party or reception—and remember: as pretty as our photographs may be, they can only hint at the delightful intensity of color and flavor that await every guest attending your event!
How much of a sensation are these delicious littlecandies? You might remember that jelly beans were President Reagan’s favorite treat; in fact, Jelly Belly created their acclaimed Blueberry flavor at his request! Also, consider that the Jelly Belly factory tour is one of Northern California’s most popular tourist stops. The tours run 7 days a week and feature innovative processes like sugar showers, steam baths, rest cycles and “engrossing,” where the final coatings are magically applied. Who could’ve dreamed that a little bean-shaped candy morsel could capture such interest? Taste one, and you’ll understand. But then you’ll need to investigate a little more…and a little more…