Now you can put your money where your mouth is, literally! Well, sort of. We were disappointed to find out that Ju Ju Coins are not legal tender. But if everyone knew how sweet and fruity these coins are, we bet they’d be open to the idea! The only obstacle we can think of is figuring out how we’d use them to buy more Ju Ju Coins! With bold cherry flavor, we think these toothsome candies are definitely worth their weight in gold (fortunately, we’re not charging you that much!).
3 lb Bulk Bag Contains Approx. 243 Pieces
1 lb Bag Contains Approx. 81 Pieces
Ingredients: Corn Syrup, Sugar, Modified Food Starch, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate, Mineral Oil, Carnauba Wax, Artificial Colors (Including FD&C Red #40.
Manufactured in a facility that processes products containing Eggs, Wheat, Peanuts and Tree Nuts (Almonds, Pecans and Brazil Nuts) ingredients.
Contains a bioengineered food ingredient.
Ingredients and nutritional information provided by manufacturer and considered accurate at time of posting. Refer to product labeling or contact manufacturer directly for current data.
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My niece and nephew really enjoyed this candy. Since leaving New York it’s hard to find. Growing up they were called “red hot dollars” (they are not hot in flavor).