FAQ

Is your candy gelatin-free and vegan?

All our foam soft candy is completely free of gelatin and other animal additives. Instead of gelatin, we use potato protein. When it comes to our jelly candy, 99% is gelatin-free and free of other animal additives. We are working to achieve 100%, and we are close to achieving it!

Where can I buy candy from BUBS?

Our candy can be bought in most major retail chains and many independent stores throughout Sweden. We also export to other Nordic countries and other parts of the world.

As a vegetarian or vegan, can I eat your candy?

All our packaged sweets are vegan, as is all our foam soft candy. Most of our jelly candy is vegan – but, to be on the safe side, please check the ingredients!

Where is your candy made?

It’s manufactured in a place called Torsvik, a.k.a Thor’s Bay, just south of Jönköping.

Where does the name BUBS come from?

The founders, Bernt, Ulrik, Birgitta and Stefan Lindström took the initials of their first names and created the name BUBS.

Can I buy candy direct from the factory?

Not anymore, we now just supply stores. Sorry!

Where can I buy Hallonlakritsskalleglögg (Alcohol- free mulled wine, flavored with BUBS’ Raspberry and Licorice Skulls)?

Just like our Raspberry and Licorice Skulls, it can be bought in most Swedish chain stores. However, it tends to sell out quickly around Christmas. The mulled wine is made by Saturnus.

Does your candy have the Fairtrade mark?

Yes and no. All the candy we sell in bags has the Fairtrade mark. The pick’n’mix candy that we sell in bulk does not.

What’s the meaning of life?

It’s a pretty big question. Some say the answer is 42. We say, it’s probably having fun and enjoying candy.

When was BUBS founded?

1992.

Does your candy contain palm oil?

No, our confectionery is completely free of palm oil.

Where can I find allergy information?

Here on the site, under each product, is information about what our candy does and doesn’t contain. For more general information about allergies and what may trigger a reaction, we recommend you contact your doctor, pharmacy or check online.