Jelly Belly - sugar-free 2.8 oz bag of assorted flavors
Jelly Belly - sugar-free 2.8 oz bag of assorted flavors - case of 12 open
Jelly Belly - sugar-free 2.8 oz bag of assorted flavors - case of 12
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Jelly Belly - sugar-free assorted - 2.8 oz bag

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Sugar-free version of the Jelly Belly jelly beans made famous by President Reagan in the 1980s. Each box has 10 assorted flavors. Made with Splenda.

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Irma

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Irma (Boardman, OR, US)

I love these

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Gary R. (West Mifflin, PA, US)
Jelly Belly SUGARFREE -NOT SO GREAT!!!

The bags of Jelly Belly Sugar-Free I was sent, are not very good. They are hard as a rock!!! Must be the Splenda they use to make them sugar-free!!! Probably should have used something else!!! There is still 10 months to go before the BEST BEFORE date of June 12 2024!!!

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Kimberly S. (Shalimar, FL, US)
Great Jelly Belly flavors for sugar free

First time I've tried sugar free Jelly Belly and they are very good. I didn't miss the sugar, and all the flavors are spot on.

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Everyone has their own special memories involving candy we grew up eating. We are very excited to hear yours!
Brian
Maryland

When my 2 sisters and I were young, back in the late 50’s, our Dad would take us to the neighborhood playground. When we were playing in the sandbox, Dad would toss coins into the sand when we weren’t looking. We really thought we were finding lost treasure!

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Kris
Indiana

This was back when this candy was called $100,000 bars, not 100 Grand bars. I remember going to my friend Cori's birthday party in elementary school, maybe third grade. At the party her mom told us that we were each going to get $100,000...

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Juanita
Kentucky

When I was a kid we always got Good and Plenty when we went to the movies. My sister would only eat the pink ones, even though I kept telling her they tasted the same as the white ones. Just seeing them today reminds me of my little sister and the sweet taste of black licorice.

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