Jelly Belly Camo Beans Support Wounded Veterans
Candy company donating portion of proceeds
FAIRFIELD, Calif. -- The candy that camouflage enthusiasts will be searching for this Veterans Day has an added benefit to help wounded United States veterans. Jelly Belly Candy Co. will donate a portion of the proceeds of every package of Jelly Belly Camo Beans purchased to aid U.S. veterans and their families.
The company rolled out Jelly Belly Camo Beans in August, with a selection of jelly beans inspired by the art of camouflage. Jelly Belly bean flavors in the new collection are Chocolate Pudding, Green Apple, Licorice, Juicy Pear, Orange Sherbet, Toasted Marshmallow and Watermelon.
Jelly Belly Camo Beans are available in 3.5-oz. bags.
The Fairfield, Calif.-based candy company's jelly beans are made in America and certified OU Kosher, free of gluten, fat, gelatin and dairy. It offers its jelly beans in 50 official flavors and an array of new flavors and special collections.
The company has been making candy since 1869, and it is operated by descendants of the Goelitz family.