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Product description

5 select flavors that capture the essence of most wonderful time of the year!
Jelly Belly presents 5 delicious, holiday-inspired flavors. This 7.5 oz gift bags features the true-to-life flavors of:

Hot Chocolate
Cranberry Sauce
Pumpkin Pie
Candy Cane
Egg Nog

Makes a perfect stocking stuffer, gift or sampler bags for your holiday party.

All Jelly Belly jelly beans are OU Kosher, gluten free, peanut free, dairy free, fat free, and vegetarian friendly. Our beans have a 24-month shelf life. Sold by weight, not volume.

At Jelly Belly, your satisfaction is our greatest concern. Jelly Belly candies are made with the finest ingredients, using natural ingredients whenever possible. Your candy should reach you with the highest level of freshness and flavor, in packaging that is in excellent condition. If this is not the case, please save any uneaten candy and its packaging, then contact us with your order number to speak with a Jelly Belly representative.

Thank you for choosing Jelly Belly!

Jelly Belly Holiday Favorites Jelly Bean 7.5 oz Gift Bag - Genui

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