Jelly Belly founder hides golden tickets across US in contest to win a candy factory

by: CNN Wire

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The Jelly Belly founder is pulling off a Willy Wonka-style treasure hunt.

Ahead of his retirement, David Klein is launching a golden ticket contest where one lucky winner gets their very own candy factory.

The gold tickets are in the form of necklaces with a verification code on them.

They are hidden in secret locations across the U.S.

Klein, who no longer owns Jelly Belly, says he is giving away a “Candyman Kitchens” in Florida to one grand prize winner.

Other winners will get $5,000.

It costs about $50 to receive the riddle to play.

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