History of Trolli Gummy Candy
The enchanting story of Trolli candy dates back to just after World War II when the owner of a noodles and pasta making company had a change of heart. Willy Mederer saw that sugar was becoming easier and cheaper to get hold of. That gave him an idea! He decided to turn his company into a confectionery manufacturer. From that defining moment, the company started making many of our sweet dreams come true. Showcasing the latest innovations in the world of sweet treats, the brand has become wildly popular. From sour candy rings to burgers, the company makes it all.
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Unleash your inner child and treat yourself to some novelty Trolli gummy candy today! Whoever said you shouldn’t play with your food had never experienced the sheer excitement of messing around with these colorful snacks. Why not have some fun with some bright and tasty Trolli gummy worms? The little crawlers are bright in design, sour in taste, and a never-ending source of fun and game. Why not pretend that you’ve just dug the pack up from the dirt in the garden? You can guzzle the bugs down in no time. The engaging gummy candies don’t end there. As long as your imagination allows, you can have a world of entertainment here. For instance, you could get yourself some Square Eggs (yes, you read that right!) or even some Cherry Bombers. The sky’s the limit, as they say. Of course, if you’re a fiend for sour candy, there’s only one way to go. Getting a pack of the Sour Lovers Mix will never, ever disappoint. If you’re searching for some bulk gummy candy that really hits the spot, check out our selection at Candy Warehouse.
Trolli Fun Facts
Fun fact time! Here’s something that you might not know. You may know and love the Trolli name now, but did you know that it’s not the original brand name? When Willy Mederer first set up the company, he called it Wilmed instead, presumably after himself. Over the years, the sour candies manufacturer became world-famous, but in 1975, it was time for a change. It was that year that the business switched names and became the Trolli Company instead. And the rest is history! Interesting stuff, right?