Poifull: Sugar-Coated Fruit Gummies from Meiji
As with the Fujiya Home Pie, you can try your luck with this long-selling Poifull (ポイフル) gummy (released in 1993) from Meiji.
Like their Apollo Chocolate, this product rarely contains a heart-shaped gummy candy called Happy Poifull (ハッピーポイフル).
Meiji Poifull (ポイフル)
In the name Poifull, Poi (ポイ) is the Japanese onomatopoeic word used when tossing/throwing something, and the box is full of gummies to pop in your mouth.
These are small-size fruit gummies comprised of four flavors (raspberry, lemon, green apple, and grape) coated with colored sugar.
So these treats are crumbly on the outside, while the inside consists of a juicy and super fruity gummy, though it’s not bouncy. By the way, could you find it?
I could find it, the heart-shaped Happy Poifull!
|Sugar, Starch syrup, Gelatin, Concentrated fruit juice (grape, apple, lemon, raspberry), Vegetable fat, Starch, Sorbitol, Acidifier, Polysaccharide thickener, Brightener, Flavoring, Colors (flavonoid, anthocyanin, gardenia, Monascus)|
|Salt equivalents||0.02 g|