Snacks & Candy

Coffee-Flavored Jelly Beans Return to Shelves

Frankford and Dunkin’ expand candy’s retail availability
Dunkin' and Frankford Jelly Beans
Photograph courtesy of Frankford and Dunkin'

PHILADELPHIA and CANTON, Mass. ­— Frankford Candy and Dunkin’ Brands are partnering once again and are rolling out their Dunkin’ Iced Coffee Flavored Jelly Beans while supplies last. Each bag contains five flavors: French Vanilla, Caramel Latte, Butter Pecan, Toasted Coconut and Hazelnut.

“Dunkin’ fans spoke, and we listened,” said Molly Jacobson, director of business development at Frankford Candy. “The Dunkin’ Iced Coffee Flavored Jelly Beans were only available in test quantities in 2021, but after selling out quickly, we knew we not only had to bring them back but expand their retail availability this year. These jelly beans are a Dunkin’ lover’s dream and a sweet addition to any Easter basket or spread.”

The coffee-inspired jelly beans come in a 13-ounce bag and have a suggested retail price of $3.99. They are available at retailers nationwide, including Walmart, Walgreens, CVS, Five Below, Rite Aid and Big Lots and online through Amazon and Frankford’s website. 

“Last year, we saw an incredible response to our Dunkin’ Iced Coffee Flavored Jelly Beans,” said Brian Gilbert, vice president of retail business development at Dunkin’. “We’re thrilled to partner with Frankford Candy again to bring America’s beloved iced coffee flavors to jelly bean form this Easter season and for even more Dunkin’ fans to enjoy the experience of this sweet treat.”

Frankford Candy, based in Philadelphia, partners with companies in the entertainment and food industry to bring iconic brands into the candy aisle.

Canton, Mass.-based Dunkin’ Brands, founded in 2004, operates 13,000 locations Dunkin’ locations in 43 countries, as well as more than 8,000 Baskin-Robbins locations in more than 5,000 countries.

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