Les bonbons Haribo : une histoire de saveurs et de couleurs

The origins of Haribo

Haribo is a German company specializing in the manufacture of confectionery. Founded in 1920 by Hans Riegel in Bonn, it takes its name from the combination of the first two letters of its name and its city of origin. Initially, Haribo produced gummies in the shape of bears, hence the name of the famous gummy bears.

Haribo sweets: a wide variety of flavors and shapes

Today, Haribo offers a wide range of sweets in various flavors and shapes. Among the most popular are the Dragibus, small colorful and tangy balls of sugar, the Smurfs, candies in the shape of cartoon characters, or the Strawberries Tagada, soft and sweet candies in the shape of strawberries.

Haribo sweets: an international success

Haribo sweets are now sold in more than 100 countries around the world. Their success is based on their quality, variety and unique taste. Haribo sweets are also very popular with children, who love their bright colors and fun shapes.

Conclusion

Haribo sweets have become over the years a real reference in the world of confectionery. Their success is due to their quality, variety and unique taste, but also to their history and brand image. Whether you're a child or an adult, you can't resist these colorful and tasty little candies!

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