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Company Profile: Yummyearth Llc

In Uncategorized on September 4, 2008 at 1:32 pm

Yummyearth Llc
38 E Ridgewood Ave # 385, Ridgewood, NJ 07450-3808, United States
Phone: (201) 857-8489


Rob Wunder and Sergio Bicas are the two daddies that invented YummyEarth organic lollipops and organic candy drops almost two years ago. As big-time lollipop fans, who met through our college roommate wives, Rob and Sergio wanted to share treats with their children, Jonah and Rose, that have no chemical colors, artificial flavors, corn syrup or other chemicals. YummyEarth now has and astounding 21 delicious flavors that taste so much better than candy you’ve had before because they handcraft their flavors with real fruit extracts. They even use organic black carrots, organic wheat grass juice, and organic pumpkin to achieve their brilliant colors. YummyEarth is gluten-free, nut-free, and has no corn syrup for those with allergies or food sensitivities.

Today YummyEarth is the #1 organic candy company in the US. You can find YummyEarth at Whole Foods, Toys R Us, Linens N Things, Babies R Us, Vitamin Shoppe, Party City, Amazon.com, Marriott hotels and Vail Resorts, Harry and David gift baskets, Smoothie King, health food stores, gourmet stores and supermarkets. Don’t live in the US? YummyEarth is now available in more than 25 other countries around the world.

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  1. YummyEarth is moving to our new larger offices at 127 E Ridgewood Ave next week and happily share samples of new flavors for Ridgewood residents that stop by! thanks for sharing us with our community.

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