Haribo refers to a German brand of candied jelly. Haribo is a German confectionary company which has been producing gummy candies since 1922. It was founded by Hans Riegel Sr. in 1920 . The company's headquarters are in Bonn, in the Federal State of North Rhine-Westphalen, Germany. Haribo is actually an acronym for HAns RIegel, BOnn.

Below are some of the flavors I enjoyed a lot

Related Articles

Krauskohl ■■■■■
Krauskohl is the German word for "Kale" (Brassica oleracea var. Sabellica) . KaleKrauskohl is also known . . . Read More
Sylter Sturmsack ■■■■■
Sylter Sturmsack refers to a big cream puff (Windbeutel ) cut in half and then filled with a lot of whipped . . . Read More
Cologne at travel-glossary.com■■■■
Cologne is a major city in Germany. The German name is Köln. Country:Germany, Population: 1,073,096, . . . Read More
Lollo rosso salat ■■■■
Lollo rosso salat is a German word for Lettuce Leaf Lolla Rossa. This very attractive lettuce has a mild, . . . Read More
What is a lager? ■■■■
What is a lager?: The word lager comes from the German word lagern which means, "to store". A perfect . . . Read More
Black Forest Cake ■■■■
In the food context, Black Forest Cake, known in German as "Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte," is a famous . . . Read More
Rote johannisbeere ■■■■
Rote johannisbeere (Ribes rubrum) is the German term for red currant. In Bremen, we have lots of this . . . Read More
Blechkuchen ■■■■
Blechkuchen is the German word for sheet cake or a cake baked in cake tray/baking sheet. It is when the . . . Read More
Marzipan Kranzkuchen / Marzipan Kranz ■■■■
Marzipan Kranzkuchen / Marzipan Kranz: Marzipan Kranzkuchen also called Marzipan Kranz refers to a German . . . Read More
Takokak ■■■■
Takokak is the Indonesian word for "eggplant" or "aubegine", a kind of vegetable used all over in all . . . Read More