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About: The basic ingredients of jelly beans include sugar, corn syrup, and pectin or starch. Most jelly beans are sold as an assortment of around eight different flavors, most of them fruit-based. The colors of jelly beans often correspond with the fruit that they borrow their flavor from. It is generally thought that jelly beans first surfaced in 1861, when Boston confectioner William Schrafft urged people to send his jelly beans to soldiers during the American Civil War.
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