Bubu Lubu by Barcel

Bubu Lubu by Barcel

Country of Origin: Mexico

Ingredients: Jelly: corn syrup, sugar, citric pectin, citric acid, sodium citrate, artificial colorings FD&C; red#40 Marshmallow: corn syrup, sugar, gelatin, soy protein (emulsifier) and artificial flavoring. Chocolate flavored coating: sugar, hydrogenated palm oil, cocoa powder, skim milk sustitute (whey powder milk, lactose, corn syrup, maltodextrin, diopotassium phosphate, sodium citrate, artificial flavoring), soy lecitin, salt, sorbic acid as preservative, sodium bicarbonate and artificial flavoring

Allergy Info: Contains soy and milk

Bubu Lubu is a popular trademark for candies from Mexico, featuring a strawberry and marshmallow filling with a chocolate covering. It is manufactured by Barcel (under the control of the Bimbo Company). Bubulubu is accompanied by the trademark Ricolino, also property of Grupo Bimbo. Bubulubu is currently available in some H.E.B. grocery stores and Wal-Mart stores in Texas, Mercado del Pueblo in Georgia, as well as in some Chicago, Los Angeles and Miami, Florida area Target stores, as well as NV gas stations and Mexican owned grocery stores in Colorado New Brunswick, NJ, and Dollar General stores in North Carolina. Its packaging describes the candy as "jalea y malvavisco cubiertos con sabor chocolate" or "strawberry-flavored jelly and marshmallow with chocolate flavored coating". Bubulubu is often eaten frozen.

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