Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Eat with your Eyes: Update Bears

Harbio Saft Baeren

These are the new Haribo Saft Baeren (Juice Bears). They come in a slightly different flavor list than the traditional Haribo Bears, like pear. They’re also made with natural food colorings. 

I’m a bit behind at my day job and won’t be able to update until next week, but I thought I could at least leave you with some tasty eye candy. Starting next week I’ll have copious coverage of the Sweets and Snacks Expo in Chicago.

POSTED BY Cybele AT 12:49 pm Tracker Pixel for Entry     CandyHighlightPhotography

Comments
  1. These are so cute and so wonderfully photographed! Thx for taking the time to keep us up to date.

    Comment by Russ on 5/18/11 at 12:55 pm #
  2. Saft means juice…

    Comment by anonymaus on 5/18/11 at 1:08 pm #
  3. I love Haribo Bears! Can you buy these in stores in the US?  I can only find them for sale online.

    Found a photo comparing the old and new bears, plus review and flavors (in German). http://shoppingblog.t-online.de/werbung/produkttest-haribo-saftbaeren-vs-haribo-goldbaeren

    They sound neat.

    Comment by Kay on 5/18/11 at 1:39 pm #
  4. Can’t wait for the coverage of Sweets & Snack Expo. Gulp!

    Comment by Orson Welles on 5/18/11 at 2:49 pm #
  5. “Saft” means juice in German, though, and not soft. They’ve been available in Europe for a while and pride themselves in being made with real fruit juice and natural colouring.

    Comment by Liz on 5/21/11 at 6:40 pm #
  6. Asked the fellow at the Haribo booth at the Sweets and Snacks show about these, and he didn’t know what I was taking about.

    Comment by Karen on 5/25/11 at 5:05 pm #
  7. You can buy Haribo bears at Walgreens and Cost Plus World Market in San Francisco and surrounding cities.  I would think then that all / most USA Cost Plus locations have Haribo bears.  In fact, they have a large selection of Haribo, from Coke Bottles to Licorice.

    Comment by Kimberly on 5/29/11 at 3:50 pm #

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