University Park, Pa. — The association of jellybeans with the Easter season is as commonplace as chocolates on Valentine’s Day and evergreens at Christmas. But most who love munching on the jelly-filled delicacies in the sugar shell know little about the creation and physics of this confectionery marvel.
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