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Yummy Earth

Posted on Friday, October 26th, 2012 at 11:37 am
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Yummy Earth believes you should be able to enjoy delicious, sugary lollipops and candy without ingesting scary chemicals, artificial ingredients, and high fructose corn syrup. Yummy Earth features an organic line of lollipops, gummy bears, and hard candies along with an all-natural line of sour jelly beans. All of their products are sweetened the natural way with natural sugar, pure cane syrup, or pure rice syrup. They use real fruit extracts to flavor and add color to all of their products. The sugars and fruits are sourced from small family and organic farms. Many moms have jumped on the Yummy Earth bandwagon and approve giving it to their children because there isn’t anything artificial about their candy. Their candy is delicious, natural, and made the old-fashioned way. Kids won’t know the difference and they’ll definitely love the delicious flavors with creative names, which include Cheeky Lemon, Wet Face Watermelon, Pomegranate Pucker, and more!

Yummy Earth’s products can be found in health and specialty stores. You can also purchase any of their products on the official Yummy Earth website. Yummy Earth candies range in price from $3.50 to $8.00 for individual pouches. Larger bulk bags sell for a little over $30.00. Yummy Earth candies are produced in a facility in Mexico and distributed throughout the US.

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