Jelly Belly

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Jelly Belly Candy Company
Type Private
Industry Confections
When it was created 1869
Headquarters Fairfield, California
Area served Worldwide
Key people Herman G Rowland
Things made Jelly beans, candy corn, mellowcremes, gummis, jells, chocolate confections
Money earned $200 million[1]
Employees 725
Jelly Bellys

Jelly Belly is a brand of jelly beans. The beans take 7 to 10 days to make. First they make the outside then they fill it. They put the beans in a spinner then they put sugar and flavoring on them. Then somebody checks for the best ones and puts them in a box. After that the beans are put in a bag and sent to different places around the world.

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  1. Kate Murphy, "Not Just Another Jelly Bean", New York Times, June 26, 2008.

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