The World’s Largest Edible Gummy Bear

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food

The moment when you reach back into the bag of gummy bears to realize that your delectable little treats have already been completely devoured, yet you are left yearning for more. We hate it, and still it remains a problem we encounter every time we open a pack. Thankfully  the World’s Largest Gummy Bear is here to put an end to the madness.

Weighing in at five pounds, the World’s Largest Gummy Bear is perfect for individuals obsessed with the iconic candy. The equivalent of 1,400 standard sized gummy bears, this massive piece of candy is staggering 12,600 calories of goodness and stands 9 inches tall. Certainly not your typical bite sized snack, these might be better split among you and several of your friends.  There are several different flavors available, all of which can be purchased from Amazon.

HiConsumption is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

More From Food

Huckberry & Zodiac’s First Collab Is This Ultra-Limited Dive Watch

A gorgeous 82-example tribute to San Francisco’s Farallon Islands.

Posted By Sean Tirman

Partner

Batch's All-Purpose Button-Down Blends Casual Style With Utility

A stylish men's shirt essential that looks the part and takes a licking.

Posted By Gray Van Dyke

Partner
Featured Image

This Is The World’s First Lab-Grown Ribeye Steak & It’s 100% Real

The 3D-bioprinted cut was created with real cow cells minus the cruelty.

Posted By

Feb 10, 2021

Featured Image

This Service Offers A Gourmet Steakhouse Experience Delivered To Your Home

World-class cuts prepared by world-class chefs hand-delivered to your door.

Posted By

Jan 15, 2021

Featured Image

Jumpstart Your Day With MANTRA Labs’ Intuitive Chrono Supplement Bundle

Forget about sugary mixtures, jittery pre-workouts, and trendy gimmicks.

Posted By

Aug 12, 2020

Featured Image

A-Five’s Heritage Subscription Box Contains 10 Ultra-Top-Shelf Steak Cuts

Japanese Ribeye, Altair Tri-tip, and Angus strip, skirt, and prime t-bone.

Posted By

Jul 29, 2020