Jelly Babies is a typically English type of candy made from sweet sugar jelly and baby-shaped plump in a variety of colours.
They were first made in Lancashire, England, in the 19th century. Their popularity declined in England before being relaunched by Bassett's of Sheffield, Yorkshire, responsible for the mass production of Jelly Babies from 1918. The delicious Jelly Babies with a fruity flavour are a true classic of British confectionery .
These candies are made with real fruit juice, colouring and natural flavours.
Ingredient: Sugar, glucose syrup, water, gelatin, concentrated fruit juices ** (1%) (apple, lime, orange, strawberry, blackcurrant, lemon, raspberry), acid (citric acid), flavors, colors (anthocyanins , paprika extract, vegetables) Carbon, lutein, curcumin), ** equivalent to 5.5% fruit juice