By Dane Carlson on November 29, 2012 in Inventions
What would you do with a 26-pound gummy bear?
Imagine the shock of your party goers when they realize that your 32,000-calorie gummy bear also features an integrated one-liter serving bowl! Serve punches, candies, or even more gummy bears from within this seventeen-inch-long confection.
The giant gummy bear sells for $149!
More photos after the jump.
I love how it says they’re as serious as a heart attack. Considering gummy bears are supposed to be a fat free snack, hopefully they’re not an actual heart attack in the making. Seriously, though, that would made an interesting piece on the snack table at a party. A little expensive, but it would definitely generate some conversation.
I vegetarian, can anyone tell me how much beef or pork gelatin is held within such a sized sweet?
Proposed changes to Article 188.8.131.52 (re: Gelatin and Collagen): The United States supports the removal of the requirement to exclude skulls and vertebrae from raw material used in the production of gelatin for zones posing a controlled or undetermined risk. We agree that such a decision is firmly grounded in science as demonstrated by the opinion of the scientific panel on biological hazards of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) wherein it is stated that the exclusion of skulls and vertebrae does not significantly contribute to the safety of gelatin.
This was after the BSE crisis in Europe.
can i get one how much is it