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Nautilus Launches the "Gummy Bear Golden Raisin"
Richard H. Davis, President and CEO of Nautilus GmbH Laboratoriumsbedarf & Co. KG., states that his company intends to produce and market the Gummy Bear Golden Raisin.
"Gummy bears are relatively cheap to make compared to the cost of growing grapes and then sun drying them to make raisins," said Davis. "No one can match our unique gummy bear shape and color that mimics the elusive Californian golden raisin," noted Davis.
The gummy bear originated in Germany, where it is popular under the name Gummibär or Gummibärchen. Gum arabic was the original base ingredient used to produce the gummy bears, hence the name gum or gummy. Hans Riegel Sr., a confectioner from Bonn, started the Haribo company in 1920. In 1922, inspired by the trained bears seen at street festivities and markets in Europe through to the 19th century, he invented the Dancing Bear (Tanzbär), a small, affordable, fruit-flavored gum candy treat for children and adults alike, which was much larger in form than its later successor, the Gold-Bear or Goldbär. The name "Haribo" is a syllabic abbreviation formed from Hans Riegel Bonn. HARIBO is celebrating its 100th birthday.
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