Haribo Candy Soft Jelly Candy, 75g
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- Kids and grown-ups will love eating these Haribo soft jelly and especially with their friends
- They are cute, tasty healthy and satisfying, be happy with the happy world of haribo
- The perfect refreshment on the go and in between
- Haribo provides the finest jellies and gums
- This products does not contain any pig gelatine or other pig based ingredients
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Haribo, founded in 1920 in bonn, Germany by hans riegel, is one of the most prominent manufacturers of sweets (namely fruit gums, licorice, and foam) in the world. The company name is an acronym for "hans riegel, bonn" and stands as a reminder of haribo's continuing loyalty to early traditions. After hans riegel died during world war II, his son, also named hans riegel, took over the factory and expanded its operations, taking over many local confectionery manufacturers in countries all over the world. Currently, haribo operates five factories in Germany and 13 throughout the rest of Europe. The company also has sales offices in almost every country in Europe as well as in the Unites States. Haribo's german catch phrase is "haribo macht kinder froh / und erwachsene ebenso," which translates as - kids and grown-ups love it so / the happy world of haribo.
From the Manufacturer
HARIBO jellies – The Ingredients
HARIBO makes high demands with regard to the quality of basic ingredients used in their products. Only absolutely perfect raw materials are used in HARIBO products. Jelly products are made from a mixture of glucose syrup (makes them transparent), sugar and dextrose (for sweetness) and gelatine (for the "chew"). Added to this mixture are fruit and plant extracts, flavours, starches and a little citric acid. Gelatine – the alternative to Gummi arabicum
Since the eighties, HARIBO have generally been using gelatine in place of the Gummi arabicum which had been used most frequently as a basic ingredient until this time. Gelatine contains neither fats nor carbohydrates.
Some jelly products are also made with starch (e.g. Funny Mix or Jelly Beans) which means that these products can be enjoyed by vegetarians.
Since the end of the eighties, HARIBO products have obtained their colourful appearance as a result of the use of fruit and plant extract concentrates. Mixtures containing fruit preparations such as blackcurrants, oranges, lemons, elderberries, red currants, aronia, grape, spinach, nettle, passion fruit, mango, carrots, kiwi and apple produce the necessary colours.
HARIBO Double deposited
HARIBO double deposited products are made up of a foam and jelly combination, like the famous fried eggs from Starmix.
Jellies - from the initial drawing to the finished product
At the start of every HARIBO jelly, there is a creative idea from a product designer. And this is initially all hand made. Every innovation in the HARIBO product range is first put onto paper by hand in the form of a sketch.
Computers and milling
The hand drawing is then scanned into a computer and converted into a precise three-dimensional sample drawing. The data of this sample drawing is sent to a high-tech milling machine which mills the new jelly shape into a plaster mould. This prototype is then used to create a reusable mould for production that can be used to create as many plaster stamps as necessary.
Powder boxes and plaster stamps
Flat boxes, filled to the brim with a fine, smoothly levelled starch powder are transported along a conveyor belt and stamped by hundreds of plaster stamps that come down from above. The impressions made by the stamps leave holes in the starch powder.
These boxes continue along the conveyor belt to the next stage of production, where nozzles inject a hot, liquid jelly mixture into the holes, taking just a fraction of a second. Before you know it, several hundred jellies have been created.
The finishing touches
After a relatively long drying process in drying rooms, the jellies receive a coating of beeswax and carnauba wax to give them a nice sheen and prevent them from sticking together.
Now the jellies are ready to be weighed automatically by the packaging machine and packed into bags. They are then sent out to customers around the world.