USDA Organic. Certified organic by QAI. Our SunRidge Farms Organic Candies & Confections: Are USDA organic, certified by QAI; Use no chemical fertilizers or pesticides in our growing methods; Contain no preservatives, hydrogenated oils, artificial flavors
- Certified Organic
- Healthy snack
- Please note: The first 3 numbers represent the date of production using a 365 day calendar, the next two numbers are the year. (‘001’ is January 1, ‘364’ is December 31, ’11’ is 2011). The shelf life is one year from the production date.
Best Organic Gummi Bear Wannabees
I bought these because they are dye-free (allergy). I had purchased some previously in a local natural foods market, so I knew what to expect. They are soft and fruity and have a sugary coating. They are flavorful and have a consistency more like jelly candy than original Gummi Bears. If you want something really chewy, this is not it. However, if you just want something natural/organic that can substitute for Gummi Bears, I think this brand is pretty good.
JakeNational Park, NJ
great taste and corn-free!
I love that these are not only gluten-free but also corn-free, artificial-color-free, soy-free and egg-free. They taste great.
Gummy Candy that is Actually Worth the Guilt
I first tried Sunny Bears in a grocery store while on a trip through a small town in Northern California. One taste, and HOOKED! OK, so I love Gummi Bears, but these are different. There are a little less waxy and firm, and more soft and chewy, with a slight bit of granular sugar on the outside. The flavor is very natural, because they use real CANE sugar in the mix, not a substitute or a cheaper form of sweetner. After my travel supply was long gone, I checked with local grocery stores for more, but no one had ever heard of them. Then came a search on Amazon, and there they were! Saved! A new source for a tasty little indulgence. This chewy candy is great when you want just a taste of something sweet, without scarfing down an entire cheesecake. I was about to buy more on-line, then I discovered they now carry it at my local WHOLE FOODS grocery store. So however you get them, they are worth a try… you’ll like ’em.