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According to Groovy Candies, “It wasn’t until the 1930s that jelly beans became a part of Easter traditions. The egg-like shaped jelly beans became associated with the Easter Bunny, who everyone knows delivers eggs as a symbol of new life during the spring season.”
The egg-shaped confections, made primarily of sugar, are available in an endless variety of flavors, both sweet and savory.
Out of the BILLIONS of jelly beans made every year, these are the best sellers: