It’s no secret… and by now most of you know that we carry everything you need to make caramel apples (except the apple itself). But for those of you who are unaware of what we have, I’d thought I’d share this with you.
Yes, you probably know by now that we carry gumballs in a variety of colors. But today, I’m going to answer some of the questions that you have about them.
How big are the gumballs?
- Most of our gumballs are 1″ in diameter. We don’t carry anything bigger. The only gumballs that are smaller are the Junior Gumballs. They are 1/2″ in diameter.
Do you have the Junior Gumballs in bags of one color?
- We do not. The Junior Gumballs only come in a 4.2 lb. bag of assorted colors. These are the only Junior Gumballs we carry.
How many gumballs come in a bag?
- All of our 1″ gumballs are sold in a 3.5 lb. bag. Here’s the truth: We counted 3 bags. Bag #1 had 199 gumballs in it. Bag #2 has 200 gumballs, and Bag #3 had 201 gumballs. So on average, each 3.5 lb. bag includes approximately 200 gumballs.
How much is a bag of gumballs?
- The bags vary between $8.99 and $11.99 each. This means that each individual 1″ gumball is approximately .4-.6 cents a piece.
Do you carry assorted color bags or are they all the same color?
- We do carry a variety of single colors, and a few assorted colors. You can see more by visiting our Gumball Page.
Can I request a certain mix of colors?
- Sorry, no. We have put together a few assorted mixes already to go for you. However, around holidays, we do carry special assorted bags that coincide with the holiday. We will always have these mixes on our Gumball Page, but you can also find them on our Seasonal Page.
Do you carry gumballs in smaller bags?
- We do not. We are known for our bulk products. And by purchasing in bulk… you save money!
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Did I answer all of your questions? Let me know if I missed one. I’d love to help you in any way!
Since canning season is upon us, I found this wonderful chart from Daily Infographic, I had to share it with you! I’ve always wondered which foods are available throughout the year and when exactly they are available. So, here it is! Have a happy weekend!
If you are in need of canning supplies, we just finished putting them online:
A few posts ago, I gave you a Gluten-Free Conversion Chart. Since then, we’ve had a few inquiries about baking with coconut flour because not everyone wants to use starches.
Well, you asked, and we answered! Here’s a helpful chart for baking with coconut flour.
Today, a lot of people have an intolerance for gluten. If you are one of those people, then you know how hard it can be to find something to eat! Yes, we can always eat fruits and veggies… but let’s be honest, we want cake!
Nowadays, there’s a lot of gluten-free mixes out there, but they aren’t cheap. Sometimes they are double or even triple the price of normal baking mixes! But it’s not the end… we are here to help! And with a cheaper solution than boxed mixes.