Quenching your Gummi Bear cravings is no mean feat when you consider how titchy the rubbery little fellas are. So, if you like monster munching on the move, get your laughing gear around this ever so slightly ludicrous Large Gummi Bear on a stick.
These teddies are really ludicrously huge (11cm and 225g), and weigh in at the equivalent to 137 regular Gummis, it’s the ultimate mess-free mobile delicacy.
Unquestionably silly, this prodigious piece of candy is almost too good to eat. Then again, scoffing a single gargantuan paw is infinitely more satisfying than nibbling on a bucketload of bite-sized bears.
Contains gelatin, therefore not suitable for vegetarians
Due to the nature of this product, we are unable to offer our usual 30-day, no-quibble returns policy, if you later change your mind, or otherwise decide to return the product through no fault of Firebox. Click here for more info.
Measures approximately: 11.2cm (H) x 5.5cm (W) x 3.5cm (D)
Awesome!!!!!!!!! but it looks like i'd struggle to eat that all in one day lol x. I would have a good go though! Chloe ImApRiNcEsS Dalton, Barrow In Furness - 4th November 2012
Firebox says: Hey Chloe, you could definately give it a good go, or maybe share with friends?
What happened to cola and rasberry there gone? Bradley, Basingstoke - 18th October 2012
Kitty, London - 12th June 2012
Firebox says: But then you'd have to melt them down and re-mold them into a giant bear like this one and then they wouldn't be as amazing as this one, plus you don't get a stick, its the stick that swings it for us.
Just bought this in the sale for my friends birthday and it arrived in the post yesterday. Definetly wouldn't pay full price, but very cool. Her party is on 6th April, will it go hard even if it's left untouched until then? (I haven't taken it out of the wrapper yet). NerdyOwl, Co. Durham - 25th March 2012
I bought the cherry one for my husband for Christmas. It was a bit smaller than I expected but he loved it and it tasted fantastic! I will definitely be buying another one in the future :). Kate Horner, Manchester - 29th December 2011