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Haribo Halal Sweets Goldbears, 100 g, Pack of 24 - £18.96 prime / £23.45 non prime (£16.12 S&S) @ Amazon
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Haribo Halal Sweets Goldbears, 100 g, Pack of 24 - £18.96 prime / £23.45 non prime (£16.12 S&S) @ Amazon

Posted 5th Apr

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Product Description

Haribo Halal Sweets in bulk, Perfect for sharing, parties, weddings, celebrations, gifts, Halloween or just as a treat. Whatever the occasion you need no excuse – kids and grown ups love it so, the happy world of HARIBO!

Features & details

Haribo Halal G
old Bears, the classic gummy bear sweets
Perfect for sharing with friends and family
Includes 24 x 100g packs (2.4kg total)
Kids and Grown ups love it so, the Happy world of HARIBO!
Community Updates


Looks like an error from OP
Same price in Asda
Kids love them... Must resist!!!!
My prime trial is ending in 2 days and I’m looking to make one final splash.. mmmmh @ 24 packs of halal haribo
Nice! Heat added.
Didn’t know I needed 24 packs of Haribo but can’t resist !
dont think the info - Perfect for sharing with friends and family - is up to date for current situation! lol
holeymoley1805/04/2020 19:47

Same price in Asda

Missing the point... its delivery and no need to risk Corona. Also youd look like a complete t w at buying all these in asda when people want in and out due to corona
Edited by: "Weehamish" 5th Apr
Darn. Oos. These are perfect treat for upcoming Ramadan.
These are only 50p in farmfoods.
No Corona for you maybe. Spare a thought for the warehouse packers and delivery peeps who need to work just to deliver your completely unnecessary purchase(s). Just buy one or two packs with your regular shopping as they aren't even on offer at a bargain price.
Edited by: "holeymoley18" 5th Apr
Heat !!!!
sparky6405/04/2020 20:36

These are only 50p in farmfoods.

Unfortunately most people don't live anywhere near a Farmfoods store
So cold I need a blanket 🥶
£0.64 per pack last time I was in spar all the haribo packs this size were 64p
Best one are the strawberries. I find these too chewy
Hungryhorris05/04/2020 21:22

So do grown ups?

I don't eat them but in my house it's the missus and kids.
Out of stock
HouseOfMince06/04/2020 01:26

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You do realise most gummy sweets have gelatine right? Usually pork or beef.

These halal ones usually come from Turkey and use beef gelatine if I recall correctly. Others like the giant strawbs / spaghetti are suitable for vegetarians (no gelatine at all) but must like starmix/tangfastics/supermix etc all contain pork gelatine.
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