What is the Flavor of White Gummy Bears?

Everyone's favorite white gummy flavor, with a sweet taste of pineapple, is now available in REIGN Total Body Fuel with 26% sugar-free artificial flavors or colors. Trolli bears are usually sold in five flavors in the United States and in the same colors; however, the red Trolli bear has a strawberry flavor, while the green one is lime and the colorless one is grape. Large, acidic gummy bears are bigger and flatter than regular gummy bears, have a softer texture, and contain fumaric acid or other acidic ingredients to give them a sour taste. The idea for gummy bears was first conceived in 1922 by Hans Riegel Sr., who was inspired by the trained bears that were seen at street festivities and markets in Europe until the 19th century.

He created the Dancing Bear (Tanzbär), a small, affordable, fruit-flavored candy for both children and adults that had a much larger shape than its later successor, the Golden Bear (Goldbär). The classic gummy bear is made from a combination of sugar, glucose syrup, starch, flavoring, food coloring, citric acid and gelatin. Gummy bears are just one of many gummies, popular jelly-based candies that come in a variety of shapes and colors.