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Entry from March 28, 2021
“Swedish Fish jellybeans is, in reality, Swedish Roe”

Swedish Fish is a fish-shaped, chewy candy, but some people believe they should be called “Swedish Roe.”

“These Swedish Fish Jellybeans are confusing my mouth - and they should definitely be called Swedish Fish Roe” was posted on Twitter by Benny on April 4, 2014. “Swedish Fish jellybeans is, in reality, Swedish Roe” was posted on Reddit—Showerthoughts on March 28, 2021.


Wikipedia: Swedish Fish
Swedish Fish is a fish-shaped, chewy candy originally developed by Swedish candy producer Malaco in the late 1950s for the U.S. market. The wrapper calls them “a fat free food”, and they are gluten-free. The sweet fish-shaped treats are marketed in different colors and flavors.

Twitter
Matt Kirouac
@Mattkrc
Swedish Fish Eggs for Easter. Does that make them Swedish roe?
4:59 PM · Feb 27, 2012·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Benny
@WoodyBenny
These Swedish Fish Jellybeans are confusing my mouth - and they should definitely be called Swedish Fish Roe.
4:14 PM · Apr 4, 2014·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Sperry
@treehat
The store had Swedish Fish jelly beans, which seems odd, but mostly I’m disappointed that they didn’t go the Spring=eggs route and just call them Swedish Roe.
4:38 PM · Mar 24, 2019·Tweetbot for Mac

Reddit—Showerthoughts
Posted by u/KittyKatHippogriff March 28, 2021
Swedish Fish jellybeans is, in reality, Swedish Roe.

Twitter
Noir_SaberCat
@Noir_SaberCat
@SwedishFish why you call one of your product Swedish Fish Jellybeans instead of Swedish Roe?
8:59 PM · Mar 28, 2021·Twitter for iPhone

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Sunday, March 28, 2021 • Permalink