Win a year’s supply of jelly beans!

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Open your own sweet shop! Eat them until you're sick! It’s up to you…

Do you want to win a year’s supply of Jelly Beans, and a Jelly Belly bean machine? We’ve made it frighteningly easy.

All you have to do is support hero Sam Reed’s campaign for a ‘real ale’ flavoured jelly bean. His idea is shortlisted in Jelly Belly’s competition for the quintessential British flavour.

Lifetime supply..Jelly Belly’s CEO Herm Rowland has already voted

Sam needs 400 votes to overtake mums’ favourite Eton Mess, and have his dream turned into a real bean.

To enter, vote on Jelly Belly’s Facebook page and leave your name in the comments beneath this article. One lucky reader will win a year’s supply of Jelly Beans (eight kilos) and a jelly bean machine.

Last month, Jelly Belly invited members of the public to submit flavours they believed best represented Great Britain. Sam’s submission was picked from thousands to be in the final ten flavours. Sadly, there’s no chicken tikka masala…

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  • Alex Brown

    Voted because I proper love jelly beans

  • Brigitte Phillips

    I really need lots of jelly beans!

  • Karis Gumbs

    Karis Gumbs

  • Christine Clark

    Real ale jelly beans = fab idea!

  • Charlotte Raffe

    Charlotte Raffe

  • Alex Charing

    'ELLO TREACLE'

  • Amy Jarrold

    Never would I have to buy sweets again

  • James Morgan

    Love Jellybeans!

  • nathan minsberg

    nm

  • Harry Raine

    Real nice idea..

  • chris bryan

    chris bryan – great flavour

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