Tagada candies (fraises Tagada) are the number one candies in France. French kids and adults have been partial to these pink strawberry-shaped sweets ever since Haribo started making them in 1969.
Haribo was founded in Germany in 1920. Today its candies are best-sellers throughout Europe and America.
120 grams / 4.2 oz
Ingredients: sugar, glucose syrup, gelatine, citric acid, curcumin, carmine, mixed carotenes
Posted by françoise on 14th Jun 2016
Yes, and that is my good sister's fault. She offered them to me while visiting her in France, and, boom, addiction.
The taste is that of a delicious sweet strawberry. Plain and simple.
Posted by Unknown on 29th Feb 2016
Posted by joelle on 20th Mar 2014
i grew up with those "strawberries" as we used to call them at home... the ones sold in the US just don't taste the same...
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Mar 2014
I was so happy to share these with my daughters. They are sweet but so good!