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Know what I mean, Jelly Bean?

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Photo by Job Wise

The hallways of the Fairfield factory, café and gift shop complex are lined with artwork made of Jelly Belly candies like this ‘drawing’ of Mickey and Minnie Mouse.

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The official Jelly Belly mascot since the mid-2000, Mr. Jelly Belly hovers over the heads of factory visitors.

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On a recent vacation trip to Fairfield, Calif. to tour the Jelly Belly candy factory, the Job Wise family of Sunnyside stood in line with other tour goers for nearly 30 minutes before getting a glimpse of the birthplace of their favorite confectionary. The tourists surround a pillar covered with Candy Corn Wallpaper. The walking tour takes 40-minutes and each tourist is rewarded with a personal bag of sweet flavored treats.

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U.S. historical figures, including Jelly Belly’s most famous connoisseur, former President Ronald Regan, has a place in the factory’s art gallery.

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Decorations hang from the ceiling of the Jelly Belly Café, adding color to the factory tour.

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Candy lovers can order a variety of Jelly Bean-shaped entrees, like this BBQ chicken pizza at the Jelly Belly Café. But, don’t worry, the pizza is not made out of Jelly Beans.

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The Wise children, (L-R) Keziah, Jaxon, Savannah and Patrick, say goodbye to the home of Jelly Belly candies and are invited to come again for more Jelly Bean fun.

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