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    Surf Sweets Organic Spring Mix Gluten-Free Jelly Beans

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    This fun candy associated with the Easter holiday is better than ever now that Surf Sweets has made them organic. 

    Surf Sweets Organic Spring Mix Gluten-Free Jelly BeansThese jelly beans are made without corn syrup – which is a huge plus – they are sweetened with organic cane sugar and organic tapioca syrup.  They are also free of artificial colors and flavors.  I'm not sure what makes them taste so good...maybe it's the combination of organic grape juice and organic black carrot juice – who knew there were black carrots? 



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