The other day a friend of mine mentioned that she had gone to 4 different stores searching for her favorite flavor of Haribo candy. WHY? You can easily get Haribo Candy Online! There are loads of flavors, including her favorites, available…. and, better yet… You can even get the REAL GERMAN Haribo, not just the American versions. YUM!!
Check out this list, and order some of your favorite gummi candy… because:
“Haribo macht Kinder froh – und Erwachsene ebenso”
(“Haribo makes children happy – and adults as well”)
Quick Look at the Contents
Haribo History… And Some Haribo Information
Where do Gummi Bears come from? A very short history…
In 1920, Hans Riegel (of the Riegel Chocolate Family) broke off and started his own company… Haribo (another German name formed by combining letters from one big name… Hans Riegel, Bonn.) According to the Haribo website, the company was born out of ” a sack of sugar, a marble slab, a stool, a walled-up stove, a copper kettle, and a roller.” By 1922, the first little “Dancing Bear” was made from fruit gum. This Haribo Gold Bear launched millions of other gummi bears! Today, the company operates in 15 factories world wide producing hundreds of millions of gummi bears, and other gummi shapes, as well as licorice and other treats.
Are Haribo Sweets Gluten Free
Many AMERICAN Haribo candies are made with GLUCOSE (from wheat or corn). Some Haribo varieties like, Twin Cherries, Peaches, Happy Cola and Snakes don’t have this ingredient. If you are sensitive to glucose, check the label.
Are Haribo Products Kosher?
Haribo products are not kosher. There is however, a kosher line of Haribo sold exclusively through Paskesz. The Kosher products are made with fish gelatin and are clearly marked.
Are Haribo Candies Halal?
Haribo gummy candy is made with animal derived gelatin, often mostly pork gelatin. In Turkey, there is a factory that makes Gummi Bears from bovine gelatin (cows) so they are Halal. These packages will be marked.
What is the difference Between German and American Haribo Bears?
The primary difference between German and American Haribo bears is the ingredients… In Germany, Corn Syrup and Artificial flavorings are not allowed, so the colors and flavors are more subtle. Also, the German Bears are more chewy than their softer American cousins.
Also, in Germany, the strawberry flavored Gummi Bear is pink, while in America, it’s green. This is a bit confusing… but be aware that the green bear in Germany is apple flavored, and apple doesn’t come in the American Bear mix….
German: Glucose syrup; sugar; gelatin; dextrose; fruit juice from concentrate: apple, strawberry, raspberry, orange, lemon, pineapple; citric acid, lemon, pineapple; citric acid; fruit and plant concentrates: nettle, apple, spinach, kiwi, orange, elderberry, lemon, mango, passionfruit, blackcurrant, aronia, grape; flavorings; glazing agents: white and yellow beeswax; carnauba wax; elderberry extract; fruit extract from carob; invert sugar syrup
American: Corn syrup, sugar, gelatin, dextrose, citric acid, starch, artificial and natural flavors, fractionated coconut oil, carnauba wax, beeswax coating, artificial colors: yellow 5, red 40, blue 1
Haribo Gummi Bear Flavors
German Gummi Bear Flavors
American Gummi Bear Flavors
Pineapple – Clear
Where to Buy Haribo Candy Online
The original Haribo Golden Bears from Germany including apple flavor. Get a bag… or buy a TUB of mini-packets (perfect to keep in your purse, briefcase, pocket or glove compartment for Gummi Bear emergencies.
Other special Goldbaren Varieties…
Juicy, Sour and the special limited Fan-Edition with new flavors chosen by super Haribo fans!
Haribo Gold Bears
The American Haribo Golden Bear Cousin… with slightly different flavors, and much stronger colors. These tend to be much less expensive than the imports.
Special Flavors and special Single Flavor Bags are NOW AVAILABLE!
Cherry, Watermelon (which tastes like Watermelon candy, and not like Watermelon), Green Apple, and of course, sours…
Haribo of America Sour Gold-Bears Candy, 4.5 Ounce (Pack of 12)Haribo of America Gold Bears Bags, Cherry, 12 CountHaribo of America Gold Bears Bags, Apple, 12 CountHaribo of America Watermelon Gold Bears Bags, 12 Count
Large Tubs Haribo Sweets
Need a LOT of Haribo Bears?
Buy a 5 Pound TUB of Haribo Gummi Bears from the online Candy Store.
Click here–> Haribo Gummi Gold Bears – 5lb – $19.99
Different Types of Haribo Candy Online
Haribo is more than just Bears… there are fruits, snakes, cola bottles and more! Take a look at all of the different varieties and flavors of Haribo Candy Online (in no particular order)! Then start enjoying!
Haribo Happy Cherries
Twin red globes of cherry flavored gummy joined by green stems. When we were kids we would slip them over our fingers as rings (or even over the ear as an earring…). Pull the cherries apart, or eat them in one bite!
German and American types are available.
Buy Happy Cherries in BULK
Haribo Gummi Twin Cherries – 5lb – $19.99
Haribo Alphabet Letters
Basically, the letters are the same flavors as the Gummi Bears. The difference? Like a bowl of Alphabet soup, you get to spell with your food.
The German version contains letters AND numbers, and is called Bären Schule… Bear School.
Whether you want your Cola Gummy Happy (smooth and sweet) or fizzy (with a bit of tang) there’s a cola gummy for you. I love the little bottle shapes! We would always pretend we were drinking them….
They come in 5 oz. bags, tubs of 60 giant bottles or 5 pounds bags!
These peach gummis… that actually taste quite peachy… are my father’s favorite! He always keeps a package in the center console of his car (in case he gets snacky on the road) and another at home in the sweets cabinet (what? you don’t have a sweets cabinet? Start one!) You can get the German Pfirsiche or American Peaches…
Haribo Fruit Salad and Tropical Fruit Salad
A nice mix of different Haribo Gummi Flavors in fruit shapes. I love the extra sugar crunch on the outside of the fruit salad. In my house, everyone picks out the peach, so I end up with all the rest of the flavors. On the other hand, everyone loves all flavors of the Tropifrutti!
Haribo Wine Gums and Weinland
Despite both candies having Wine or Wein in the name, Wine Gums are very different from Weinland Gummies. Wine gums are a typical English chewy gummy with flavors like blackcurrant, pineapple, lemon, lime, orange and raspberry juice. Weinland Gummis are made with wine (it’s sadly cooked out during the manufacturing process). The gummis are also shaped differently. Try both and see what you like best!
Haribo Pico Balla and Balla-Balla
How creative is this? Haribo came up with the idea of having a 2 flavored soft filling surrounded by a gummi coating. And then they packaged it 3 different ways, so you can choose how you want to snack!
Pico Balla are little bits, perfect for stuffing into your mouth by the handful. The texture isn’t as gummi as the bears… and it does take some getting used to. Balla-Balla are longer drops of the same stuff. And finally, Balla Stixx are the longest version of all… Fruity and gummy on the outside, fruity and soft on the inside… all the Balla are fairly addictive.
Haribo Sweet and Sour
Sweet or Sour…Can’t decide? The Barchen Parchen is the Haibo for you. The Bear Pairs one sweet and one sour hold hands, so you get both in one bite!
Haribo Twin Snakes
Don’t want to eat bears? You can get the same sweet/sour combination with Haribo Twin Snakes. I find that little boys (and big ones) love these… I uses them as cupcake decorations for my son’s birthday.
For the same reason I don’t care for sprinkles on my cupcakes, I’m not much of a fan of Haribo Berries. They are just a little bit of berry-flavored gummy (the blackberries taste better) covered in round sugar sprinkles. You get a crunchy chew. On the other hand, my mom loves them, so we always had them around. You can get them in the American and German packages…
Haribo Ginger Lemon Gummies
If you like strong flavors, then Haribo Ginger Lemon Gummies are for you. STRONG and INTENSE, and even a bit Spicy. These are not for the faint of heart… But if you love Ginger, these are for you! German and American versions are available.
These Raspberry and Blueberry flavored gummis come in fun little Smurf shapes. (Perfect for people who don’t care for apple or pineapple) The blue figures have red, yellow or white hats… I’m not sure why… don’t Smurfs all have white hats? Nevermind, they are awfully cute.
I’m not sure why, of all animals, Haribo went with frogs… but here they are. The flavor is sort of sour. Kind of like the peach, but not really like the peach at all. The white on the back tastes a little like marshmallow. Still, frogs are fun, and these gummis would make a great addition to a Frog Themed Class Project. (And Gummi Frogs make more sense than chocolate ones… just sayin’)
Buy Haribo Sours Online
Haribo Sours are perfect if you love your candy with a bit of ZING! A lot of the same fruit flavors and shapes… but with a sugar coating that has a bite.
Haribo Sour Pacifier
As a child, I loved that my dolly could have her own Haribo Pacifier… It’s nice that they are still around. Don’t be fooled by the sugar coating, these candies are sour!
Sour Haribo Pasta
Haribo makes Sour Fruity Pasta shapes. Don’t put sauce on them.
Haribo Sour Bear Tongues
Do you ever wish you could sit in on a meeting where products like this are created…”Hey, I know! Sour Bear Tongues!” It just feels a bit random. Still, if you love sour Haribo, you can buy a whole bucket of Tongues to keep yourself happy.
Haribo Sour Cherries
These red cherry globes are connected at the top with green stems… then coated with sour sugar crust. You can buy a bag or a tub…
Halloween is only just beginning to take off in Germany, but that doesn’t stop Haribo from treating us to scary treats! Waldmeister Ghosts and Haribo Vampires (with and without Licorice) are spooky fun!
Haribo Chamallow Flavors
I love Haribo, I love Marshmallows… so I’m excited that I can get a combination. Some are fruity, some chocolate dipped there are even coconut covered chamallows!
Haribo schuimblokken /Marshmellow Candies Hard 1 bag 120gr4.23ozHaribo Chamallows 150g – Pack of 2Haribo Chamallows Soft-Kiss 200g (Chamallows Soft Kiss 7.0oz)Haribo Chamallows Cocoballs 200gHaribo White Chamallows – 1kg
Even Haribo jumped into the cupcake craze! These candies are not gummies or Marshmallows, but kind of a hybrid (someone said they were like those Circus Peanut candies…) The flavors aren’t as intense as fruit gummis… and weirdly, the tops and bottoms are separate (some assembly required?)
Haribo Licorice Flavors
I admit, I’m not a fan of licorice, it’s just too strong. Still MANY people enjoy it, so, lucky for those people, Haribo makes a LOT of it.
Haribo Licorice Mix
Go though most northern German or Dutch Markets, and you will find these colorful mixes of licorice bits. Fair warning, this is strong stuff… even though the colorful part mellows it out a bit. The Color-ado even mixes in other sorts of Haribo gummies.
Haribo Black licorice comes in a variety of shapes… Long wound up ropes called snails, Pirate coins, bars and even cats.
Haribo Licorice Rotella Candies 300 grams from FranceHaribo Konfekties 175g – NEW !Haribo Lakritz-Schnecken (licorice wheel) 1,5 KgHaribo Pontefract Cakes – 160g4x Haribo PIRATOS each Bag 200g (German Import)
Haribo Salted Licorice
For people who like their candy a bit strong, bitter and salted… Haribo has the black licorice flavors for you! mmmmmm…. Herring….
Haribo Black Banana
Black Banana? Sounds like something I would use to make Banana Bread. But, it’s a candy. Licorice pieces, shaped like bananas, with a bit of banana flavoring. Someone please let me know how these taste, because I’m skeptical.
Haribo in BULK
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