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Nestle Allens Jelly Beans

Nestle Allens Jelly Beans

3.0 from 3 reviews




TimMetropolitan Adelaide, SA

  • 2 reviews

Very disappointed


Very disappointed in the change in flavours, why would you want pink ones and why make green ones apple instead of lime?
There should be, black (aniseed), red (raspberry or maybe strawberry), orange (orange), white (lemonade), purple (blackcurrent), green (lime) and yellow (lemon or pineapple).

Purchased in December 2018 at Coles Supermarkets for $3.95.



  • 77 reviews

New 'fruity craze' variant is excellent


I have now had a pack of each of the 2014 release of 'fruity craze' and another variant marked 'fun fair' or similar.

Both are excellent. Allen's (owned by Nestles) seems to have begun to emphasise smaller size jelly beans which may be a way of competing with the USA owned and manufactured Jelly Belly (the latter is expensive per 100 grams).

These new Allen's varieties have a great taste that was missing from their larger previous jelly beans.

I think they are manufactured at Broadford in Victoria so please keep up the good work.
Great taste, good variety of flavours



  • 169 reviews



These would have to be my favourite jelly beans (excluding jelly belly). They are low cost and taste great. I also like that they are readily available from supermarkets, chemists and priceline. It would be great if they brought out sugar free ones! Overall another good quality Allen's product. Keep up the good work and please don't discontinue them!
I like the variety of flavours. Also its great that they are 99% fat free.
None at this point in time


Strongly disagree on your poor explanation on the shithouse jelly beans.


Jelly beans are exquisite! I enjoyed laughing whist putting them in my ears! Lol. But yes they work perfect as ear plugs, although they leave a coloured stain in my ears like my undies. But very tasty jelly beans.

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