Candy at the UK Pavilion?
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I was wondering if the UK Pavilion sold Haribo Starmix gummies. ...
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I was wondering if the UK Pavilion sold Haribo Starmix gummies. I have a friend from the UK who shares the fantastic stuff with me when he comes to the states or on a holiday, but I devour it almost instantly. If WDW has some at their UK gift shops, I may have to devote a separate budget for it specifically. I know this is totally random, but I read somewhere that they have Curly Wurly bars, and was hoping someone could let me know.
According to Wikipedia, Starmix is one of the leading candies offered in the UK by Haribo. Of course, Haribo is a German company, so I would also try the fabulous candy shop in Germany. We always pick up a pack of bears and other goodies. They even have a U.S. facility to distribute their products:
HARIBO of AMERICA Inc.
1825 Woodlawn Drive, Suite 204
USA - Baltimore 21207
Contact person: Christian Jegen firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks so much! I've seen the online ordering sites before, but they're just so pricey. I know Disney is obviously not known for its value, but still, if you figure in shipping and handling for some gummies (how hard is it, really?!), it just doesn't seem worth it to buy online.
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