The Jelly Bean Factory - Gourmet Beans (300g) £1.98 @ Asda - HotUKDeals
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Bought these in Cannock's ASDA branch yesterday, I think they may be a new stock item, or just for Christmas as I can't find them on ASDA's grocery site.

The smaller 125g tube is listed priced at £1.03, so I thought this was a good price for 300g, especially seeing the prices I've seen online for these, i.e at http://www.sweetstall.com/acatalog/Jelly_Bean_Factory_Beans_Gourmet_Beans.html

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#1
I loooove these so much, will go and get loads tomorrow. Thanks :)
#2
these are not as nice as jelly belly beans though
#3
oohh never tried jelly belly beans though, I will look for them :)
#4
Jelly belly are king of the beans , but they are more expensive
#5
a1
Jelly belly are king of the beans , but they are more expensive


Where can I buy them from?
#7
matt10
Where can I buy them from?


Most Sainsburys usually do them - and they are amazing - make these beans seem like sprouts lol

Once youve had a jelly belly no other bean will do.
#8
Costco do the big jars of Jelly Belly beans for about £10. more expensive than these but much much nicer.
#9
Anyone know if either of these are suitable for veggies?
#10
The Jelly Bean Factory ones are gelatine free I know, don't know about the rest of the ingredients though. They've been the same price for months in Asda so can't really vote hot on this.
#11
Got to agree, these are quite nice but jelly belly are definately better.
For this price- hot though!
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Jelly Belly Beans are the mutts nuts.

They are suitable for vegetarians - http://www.jellybelly-uk.com/pages/q&a/ingredients_nutrition.shtml - see the last Q & A.
#13
If you have a Confetti shop (Wedding Stuff) nearby there is a big "pick & mix" of these jelly beans - expensive but oh so worth it.
#14
These are great for kids who are lazy! Makes 'em so HYPER it's unreal.
#15
Just finished a packet of Jelly Belly beans from Waitrose.. love them!
#16
If you like these DON'T try the Jelly Belly ones....

Trust me once you've tried J.B you won't go back :p
#17
Cool. I like them YUM
#18
solid
Anyone know if either of these are suitable for veggies?


GMO & Gelatine Free & suitable for vegetarians (but they do contain Shellac).
#19
just been to Asda, saw the small tubes but not big pack. I get the Mike n Ike jelly beans from Home Bargains, 10p a pack or 12 for £1. Yum, the big bags are 30p.
#20
Yep, Jelly Belly are loads better!!!!
#21
Just in case anyone wanted to know what shellac was

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