Jelly Belly Candy Factory Tour is a fun day for kids and adults. The forty-minute tour is free and the end you get a free sample bag of candy. During the tour you will see how this world-famous candy is manufactured.
On an elevated walkway, you can peek down at the different processes used to produce the tasty jelly bean candy.
The candy plant uses state of the art equipment and even has robots to help with production. After taking the tour, you will get a free sample of this popular candy. Two things are certain when you visit Jelly Belly: one you will have fun and two you will buy some of this delicious candy to take home.
If you still are hungry after snacking on the beans there is a cafe where you can order jelly bean-shaped pizza and hamburgers. The Jelly Belly factory is a great family destination that will be enjoyed by everyone.
The Jelly Belly factory is within day trip distance of both Sacramento and San Francisco.
Jelly Belly beans first appeared on the shelves of candy stores in the summer of 1976. They are now sold nationally and around the world.
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Three-and-a-half tons of Jelly Belly beans were shipped to the White House for the Inaugural festivities for President Reagan. The “Jelly Belly” name is on all Original Gourmet Jelly Beans even the white ones.
There are 4 calories per bean, or about 100 calories per single serving (25 beans). They have approximately 1 gram of carbohydrate per bean and zero fat. There are 25 Jelly Belly beans in one ounce and 400 Jelly Belly beans in one pound.
Belly Flops are misshapen beans, a cluster of beans or off-color beans. There are fifty official Jelly Bean flavors.
Some of the unique sight you will see at the factory include pictures of US presidents made out of Jelly Beans, a counter with some very unusual flavors of jelly beans and a motorcycle with a jelly belly custom paint job.
Jelly Belly Corporate Headquarters and Visitor’s Center: Fairfield, California. One Jelly Belly Lane, Fairfield, CA 94533 The Jelly Belly Visitor Center is open daily from 9 AM to 5 PM daily except Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, and Easter Sunday.
No reservation is needed for the Jelly Bean tour.Tours are FREE and run daily from 9:00 am to 4:0 0pm. Tours depart approximately every 15 minutes throughout the day and last approximately 40 minutes.
The wait for a tour may be as long as 90 minutes. Browse through the candy store or have a snack before or after you candy factory tour. All tours are fully accessible to both strollers and wheelchairs.