Jelly Candies

The most common and popular jelly candy is, of course, the jelly bean. The earliest reference to jelly beans is associated with Boston candy maker William Schrafft who urged people to send his jelly beans to Union soldiers fighting in the Civil War. Jelly beans became a wide-spread American treat in the early 20th Century, sold with other penny candies, and in the 1930’s jelly beans became synonymous with Easter most likely due to its egg-like shape. Jelly candy comes in many other forms including the gum drop and jellied fruits.
Jelly Candies
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Orange Crush Jelly Belly Beans
Wild Blackberry Jelly Belly Beans
Jelly Belly Sugar Plums
Jelly Belly Cherry Sours
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Rosé Sparkling Jelly Belly Beans
Jewel Mix Jelly Beans
Large Jelly Beans
Jelly Belly Harvest Selection Mix Chewy Candy
Organic Smoothie Jelly Beans from Jelly Belly
Jelly Belly® Sours Jelly Beans Bag (1 oz)
Jelly Belly® Kids Mix Jelly Beans Bag (1 oz)
Jelly Belly Happy Birthday Assorted Jelly Beans 1 oz Bag
Jelly Belly® Thank You Assorted Jelly Beans Bag (1 oz)
Jelly Belly Cocktail Classics Jelly Beans 3.5 oz Bag
Jelly Belly Unicorn Mix Jelly Beans 3.5 oz Bag
Jelly Belly Sizzling Cinnamon Jelly Beans 3.5 oz Bag
Jelly Belly Ice Cream Candy Cones 3 oz Bag
Jelly Belly Candy Cupcakes 3 oz Bag
Jelly Belly Licorice Bridge Mix 3 oz Bag
Jelly Belly® Champagne Bubbles
Zachary Mellocreme Autumn Mix
Jelly Belly® Giant Candy Corn
Jelly Belly® Autumn Jelly Bean Mix
Jelly Belly® Unbearably Hot Cinnamon Bears
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