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Jelly Fruit Slices Candy
from Rockaway, NJ
About Me Health Conscious, Simple Tastes
Comments about Jelly Fruit Slices Candy:
They are good, but not enough flavor.
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Not What I Thought
from Palatine, IL
About Me Foodie
I have liked all products I've purchased from Miles Kimball, except for this one. The taste is not at all what I expected - have had candy similar to this before, but this has a strange taste and also a strange odor. I would stay away from this product!
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
from Windsor, MA
About Me Simple Tastes
I would recommend this. My husband is picky about his fruit slices, and he liked these. Nice and soft. Very flavorful.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
Texture and taste were horrible
from Jamaica, NY
Nothing good can be said about this product
from Davenport iowa
Fuit slices were a family tradition from my Grandmother & I was happy to be able to start it up with my family.
I see that the more recent reviews are bad and I'm wondering if Miles Kimball got a bad batch of these. I usually love fruit jellies, but these have the strangest texture - they crumble when you chew them! Flavor is not good either. An unfortunate choice.
By Jazzy mom
from Madison WI
These were awful, I ended up throwing them away, waste of money!
my favoite candy
from Alton, il
These are my favorite candies. This purchase arrived wet and damp inside the plastic container and tasted awful--really disappointed. They are difficult to find locally.
(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Like Eating Rubber
By C J
from Bourbon, IN
Was like chewing on rubber with sugar. I put the rest on mouse trap and it worked !
Taste just like the fruit
from Mobile, AL
These were my Grandmother's favorite candies. Oh nostalgia....my Mother would take me shopping to the candy store to buy these for Grandma's birthday....in the early 1950's.