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Haribo - all types available including vegetarian?! - 50p a packet at Asda - 200 gram bags

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#1
What about vegans? :)
#2
never seen vegetarian ones before, will keep a look out. saw hahal jelly in a tesco deal the other day but my tesco didn't stock it.
#3
Have haribostopped useing beef in there sweets?..............means I can go back to them if they have! :-)
#4
maccy1
Sorry - ignorance it bliss - is there is difference ;)


Vegetarians eat eggs and dairy produce - Vegans avoid all animal products.

Gelatine derived from animal bones is the main problem for both with sweets etc. - some of my grandchilden are vegetarian and I am sure they will be interested in vege Haribos.

Edited By: Bertt on Jul 27, 2010 16:46: more info
#5
Bet theres no sugar free ones ....
#6
Does anyone know which stores are selling the new-ish "Fruity Frutti" mixture with fruit jelly inside each sweet?
#7
Got a few packets the other day - Didnt like the vegatarian ones much - very sweet with a weird texture
#8
There is a Haribo 'Funny Mix' which is Vegetarian, it isn't really Vegan as it has Bees Wax in it, but not all Vegans I know worry about that.. :) The Jelly Beans are Vegetarian also.
#9
owens101
never seen vegetarian ones before, will keep a look out. saw hahal jelly in a tesco deal the other day but my tesco didn't stock it.
does this jelly have its throat slit to kill it.
#10
love the sour ones but after researching i wont bother after finding how much sugar is in a 100g packet....more than 10 litres of coke ive been told..no idea if true but puts me off
#11
does any1 know if these are available at the sinfin asda in derby plz?
#12
What weight are these bags please?
#13
The bags are 200g just got back from asda and my nephews have just ran over to eat them all good job I hid some extra packets first.
I turned veggie at 7 but I don't eat fish either after a teacher tried to force me to eat it.
#14
Ohhh, I saw this offer in store last night but didn't look closely. I would have loved to get some veggie ones!
Does anyone know when this offer expires?
banned#15
you veggies need to grow a set of balls and get some bacon down yer
#16
The starmix haribo's are also 50p @ Tescos and the Tropifruitti ones (if thats what they are called) scan through @ 50p in Morrisons...not sure about the other varieties in either supermarket though.
#17
I thought the small print on the back of most haribo say they are suitable for vegetarians?
#18
royals
love the sour ones but after researching i wont bother after finding how much sugar is in a 100g packet....more than 10 litres of coke ive been told..no idea if true but puts me off


Now dont get me wrong but these are sweets, if you are worried about Sugar content then sweets in general should be off the menu as sugar free ones are generally rubbish and pointless or contain a subsistute thats just as bad.
#19
daveniuk
There is a Haribo 'Funny Mix' which is Vegetarian, it isn't really Vegan as it has Bees Wax in it, but not all Vegans I know worry about that.. :) The Jelly Beans are Vegetarian also.


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