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It’s national Jelly Bean Day!

To celebrate National Jelly Bean Day (that’s today, peeps) we are asking Bournemouth: what’s your favourite flavour?

We’re personally quite partial to the ice cream ones; hate anything sour. But a new poll found that the nation’s favourite flavour may surprise you. It’s cherry!

Yes, research by Jelly Belly Candy Company reveals that CHERRY is the nation’s favourite flavour!

In a survey of the company’s top five most popular flavours, Cherry was favoured by over a third (34%) of respondents to the poll. While there are more than 100 different Jelly Belly jelly bean flavours, Jelly Belly’s Very Cherry flavour has always proven popular. The company says that fans across the UK treated themselves to 1.64million Very Cherry Jelly Belly jelly beans last year.

Now we’re wondering if jelly beans for lunch counts as part of our five a day if we choose fruit flavours… hmmmmmm.

The UK’s top five jelly bean flavours were voted as follows:

1.      Cherry: 34%
2.      Bubble Gum: 21%
3.      Blueberry: 16%
4.      Cinnamon: 15%
5.      Coconut: 14%

Fact file

Jelly Belly Candy Company was founded in 1898, and began making Jelly Belly jelly beans in 1976. Today, Jelly Belly products are sold all over the world and the company remains family owned and operated by the fourth, fifth and sixth generations of the confectionery-making family. Jelly Belly jelly beans are certified OU kosher, vegetarian, and free from gelatine, gluten, fat and dairy. For more information, retailers can contact Best Imports Limited at 01727 829010 or visit www.jellybelly.co.uk.

Want to find out more? You can connect with the company online in the UK Jelly Belly is also across social, available on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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