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- Gummy Bears Are Made From The Left Over Bones And Muscles Of Dead Animals
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Where do you get your protein? From Gummy Bears? Most people are slaves to
their taste buds. Besides the chicken, eggs, pork, vinegar, mushrooms,
algae, milk, cheese, beef, peanuts, corn, alcohol, tabacco, chocolate,
black tea, coffee, yogurt, ice cream, all fermented foods, sugar,
artificial sweetners, honey, molasses, fructose, and now added to the list
are Gummy Bears. They are made from the left over bones and muscles of dead
animals.

Gummi Bears are small jelly-textured, translucent candies that are sold in
bulk and in packages. Gummi Bears were invented by German candy company
owner, Hans Riegel who started his business, Haribo, in a production plant
in Germany in the 1920s. In 1922, Riegel created a bear-shaped candy made
out of fruit gum that he called The Dancing Bear. This product became
popular and was later known as the Haribo Gold-Bear. In the 1950s, Riegel
invented the Gummi Bear and today these sweet, rubber-like little candy


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what are gummy bears made of


Gummy bear - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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** Gummy bear **

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Gummy bear
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Origin
Place of origin Germany
Creator(s) Hans Riegel Sr.
Details
Type Gummi candy
Main ingredient(s) Gelatin, sugar, glucose syrup, starch, flavouring, food
colouring, citric acid

"Gummi bears" redirects here. For the Disney animated series, see Gummi
Bears.

A *gummy bear* (German: /Gummibärchen/) is a small, rubbery-textured
candy, similar to a jelly baby in some English-speaking countries. The
candy is roughly 2 centimetres (0.79 in) long and shaped in the form of a
bear. The gummi bear is one of many gummies, popular gelatin-based candies
that come in a variety of shapes and colors.

*Contents*

· 1 History
· 2 Variations and flavours
· 3 Ingredients and production
· 4 Health issues
· 5 See also
· 6 References
· 7 External links

*History*

The gummy bear originated in Germany, where it is popular under the name
About this sound /Gummibär/ (help·info) (rubber bear) or About this
sound /Gummibärchen/ (help·info) (little rubber bear). Hans Riegel
Sr., a candy maker from Bonn, started the Haribo company in 1920. In 1922,
he invented the Dancing Bear,^[1] a fruit-flavored gum made in the shape of
a bear.^[2] The success of the Dancing Bear's successor would later become
Haribo's world-famous Gold-Bears candy product in 1967.^[3]Trolli is
another gummi candy manufacturer and the first to introduce gummy worms in
1981.

*Variations and flavours*

Several types of gummies

The success of gummi bears has spawned many gummi animals and objects:
rings, worms, frogs, snakes, hamburgers, cherries, sharks, penguins,
hippos, lobsters, octopuses, apples, peaches, oranges, and even
Ampelmännchen, Smurfs and spiders. Manufacturers offer sizes from the
standard candy size, and smaller, to bears that weigh several
kilograms.^[4]

In the United


Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gummy_bear

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