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jelly baby

n
(Cookery) Brit a small sweet made from a gelatinous substance formed to resemble a baby in shape
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The launch comes amid similar sugar reduction plans for other lines such as Oreo and Maynards Bassetts Wine Gums and Jelly Babies products.
The company has similar sugar reduction plans for other lines such as Oreo and Maynards Bassetts Wine Gums and Jelly Babies products.
A LETTER from George Harrison to a fan, revealing how the Beatles hated being pelted with jelly babies, is up for auction.
A kilted Kevin the Carrot will be at the start line to cheer on walkers and hand out energy-boosting snacks, including 1,400 apples and bananas, 6,200 cereal bars and 3,300 packs of jelly babies.
More then 60 bright orange 'jelly babies' have been knitted by an active crafts group.
Cadbury owner Mondelez International described the new bar as the "most significant innovation in the brand's history" as it unveiled similar sugar reduction plans for other lines such as Oreo and Maynards Bassetts Wine Gums and Jelly Babies products.
Andrena said: "Last year we were out on the streets watching the marathon and Jensen was handing out jelly babies to revive the tired runners.
And Jelly Babies you can only hope were delivered by C-section.
You just have to tread water while you eat bananas and Jelly Babies."
Afterwards, a drink of Yorkshire ale would be in order - take your pick from a galaxy of the finest beers in the county - while youngsters can enjoy treats such as Pontefract Cakes, Bassett's Jelly babies, which were first made in Sheffield in 1918 as Peace Babies to mark the end of the First World War, and Seabrook crisps, which were founded by Bradford fish and chip shop owner C Brook (get it) in 1945.
Researchers assigned 12 young women to eat either a 65-calorie (about 1-cup) serving of mixed berries (strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries) or a 65-calorie serving of a British candy called Bassetts Jelly Babies Berry Mix ("contains fruit juice," says the label).
Or even jelly babies - I thought they gave you energy!"