Jelly Belly Candy Co.
1 Jelly Belly Ln, Fairfield, CA 94533
Lots of yummy goodies at the factory store. They also have fun Jelly Belly merchandise. They give samples of all their candy at the candy bar.
What a fun trip with the family. You get to see how the yummy Jelly Belly is made. They give you samples of the beans at different stages of the candy making process. They also have samples of all of their candies in the store. The Jelly Belly artwork is incredible.
So much to see. Enjoyed the tour and the free samples! They also have a chocolate candy section with a selection of chocolate dipped foods!
The tours here are fun for everyone and the tastings are even better. We enjoy taking family trips here and always leave with large quantities of jelly bellies!!!!
jelly belly and Carl's Jr are having a huge family fun day at the end of the month before a lot of people get paid people like me who are on social security disability so my children and grandchildren will have to miss out on all the fun. thank you so much for thinking about the little people Carl's Jr and jelly belly.
Call ahead to see if there are in production, the plant shuts down for maintenance twice a year. Unfortunately, we toured during one of their shut-down times. They still give you a full tour of the factory, but you only get to see idle machines and videos of the jelly bean production process. The huge room full of open jelly bean crates was a great sight, and you get to see some interesting jelly bean sculptures. In the entrance/gift shop area there is free jelly bean sampling, loads of gift packages and - best of all - "Belly Flops"; hundreds of bags of Jelly Belly beans that are irregular or stuck together and cannot be sold in reatil stores. The Belly Flops taste every bit as good as the pristine jelly beans but only cost a fraction of the price. You can also buy the more exotic flavors like the Harry Potter variety with simluated "ear wax" flavor and other gross selections. Big added bonus... go on the Jelly Belly tour, then head across the street for the Fairfield Budweiser Brewery tour (or do as we did, take the brewery tour first so you can work off the free beer samples before hitting the road). One downside - no photos allowed inside the production area.