National Gummi Worm Day
National Gummi Worm Day is celebrated on July 15 of every year. National Gummi Worm Day celebrates and honors these chewy and yummy creepy crawly sweet treats. Gummy worms are red and green but come in a variety of flavors, like sweet and sour. These spooky treats are one of the best-selling candies of all time. Hence the National Gummi Worm Day is a perfect day to enjoy the taste of Gummi Worms with your family members and friends.
“I have candy all the time. I live on gummy bears and peach rings. They’re like dried-up peaches, only dipped in sugar. You can get ’em at gas stations. They’re like 99 cents for four bags. And cashews. I love cashews.” – Miley Cyrus
History of National Gummi Worm Day
The creator or founder of National Gummi Worm Day are still unknown. Gummy Worms are candies which are gelatin based and looks like colorful worms. Gummy worms are first created and marketed by the German candy company, Trolli. The gummy candies are first created by another German company called Haribo in 1922, and they are in the shape of bears, and now it is popularly known as gummy bears. Gummy bears are Ursine candies came in a wide variety of fruit flavors, and they were intended for both children and adults to enjoy it. The secret to these Gummy Worms is the careful mixture of special ingredients and Gelatin which gives the proper form and sugar and citric acid which gives the flavors. National Gummi Worm Day is a perfect day to enjoy the taste of Gummi Worms with your family members and friends.
Other Celebrations on July 15
July 15 is also celebrated as
- National Orange Chicken Day
- National Tapioca Pudding Day
- World Youth Skills Day
- National Pet Fire Safety Day
- National Get Out Of The Doghouse Day
How to Celebrate National Gummi Worm Day
Celebrating the Gummy Worm Day is quite easy and very simple to remember. Just treat yourself with a big bag of gummy worm candies. Then bring gummi worms to your office and share with co-workers. You can also learn how to make gummy candies at your home. You can use the hashtag #GummiWormDay to post on social media.