Is there anything Snapple won’t attach itself to?
Besides the Snapple Lady.
Snapple teamed up with the reality show The Amazing Race to promote their Papaya Mango Tea. The company also worked with worked with Bret Michaels during a season of Celebrity Apprentice to create their Trop-A-Rocka flavor.
Two reality shows? My goodness. Snapple is like the Kardashian of beverage companies because if it didn’t have those reality shows, I would’ve forgotten about them.
And now they’re joining Jelly Belly to create a line of Snapple-flavored jelly beans.
The Jelly Belly Snapple Mix is made up of five Snapple flavors: Fruit Punch, Mango Madness, Cranberry Raspberry, Pink Lemonade and Kiwi Strawberry. Each jelly bean is made from real fruit juice and purees. They’re also fat free, gluten free, dairy free, certified OU Kosher, and contain no artificial coloring.
Jelly Belly Snapple Mix will be available at the Jelly Belly website later this month and in 10-lb. bulk cases at candy stores with suggested retail prices $8.99 to $9.99 per pound. Snapple also plans to release a 3.1-oz. bag with a suggested retail price of $2.49 and a 1.65-oz. Jelly Belly Snapple Bottle.
6 thoughts to “NEWS: Snapple-Flavored Jelly Beans Are Made From The Best Stuff In Jelly Belly’s Factory”
I don’t know, I think they’re worth the try…
Everything is worth a try.
I would enjoy an iced tea flavored jelly bean.
I would like that too. I’m surprised Snapple/Jelly Belly didn’t go that route, since Snapple is known for their teas.
oh snapple lady… why did you have to die of a heroin overdose? fame does strange things to people.
these jelly beans sound STUPID.
I’m disappointed they decided not to print facts on the jelly bean, much like they have facts underneath each Snapple bottle cap.
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