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JELLY BEANS Sara Yang FDST4010 February 2, 2010
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QUICK FACTS Each year, U.S. manufacturers produce more  than 16 billion jelly beans for Easter -- that's  enough to completely fill a plastic Easter egg 89  feet high and 60 feet wide (about the height of a  nine-story office building) April 22 is National Jelly Bean Day It takes 7-21 days to make a single Jelly Belly  jelly bean.
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HISTORY OF JELLY BEANS Believed to be a cross between two predecessors:  Turkish Delight and Jordan Almonds. First Jelly Bean created in the 1800s in the US. Jelly Beans became associated with Easter  beginning in the 1930s because of their egg-like  shape.
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INGREDIENTS Sugars Gelatin Corn syrup Starch Emulsifier lecithin Edible wax
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Jelly bean manufacturing begins from the jelly  interior. Sugar, gelatin, starch, and flavorings are 
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2010 for the course FDST 4080 taught by Professor Pegg during the Spring '10 term at UGA.

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