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Written on: 14/07/2010 by lukeromeril (54 reviews written)
Jelly Babies rule! Probably the best fruity chewy sweet on the market, not just because they taste great, but they are also a great source of energy. Being a keen runner, going on long runs can drain your energy levels, and once lowered to around 50%, your body looks for other sources of energy and you slow down. Jelly babies are an ideal source of immediate energy... so if running distance, then before you hit your limit, pop a few jelly babies in, enjoy a nice treat, and benefit from some… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/05/2007 by Cognition (90 reviews written)
First of all, it's important to note that Jelly Babies, for whatever reason, have decided to become healthy - and this has changed them. Why are Bassetts (and a lot of other companies) trying to make sweets healthy? They're just not meant to be.
Anyway, the point is that Jelly Babies used to be a whole lot better before they were changed. Even so, they're still good. Some things haven't changed though - I still feel sick if I eat the whole packet!… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/05/2004 by Tira Mi Sue (22 reviews written)
I like jelly babies very much. I am eating the black one first always. They are favourite my flavours. Black Jelly Babies are lovely. I struggle to get them in my village because the village small. I must import them with internet. But I like them so much they are nice and tasty and look like little people but bright colour. I tell the whole world to eat Jelly Baby!!
Value for money is not so good because I import… Read Full Review
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