U.S. production of HARIBO's sweet gummi treats has begun in Pleasant Prairie and with that bringing hundreds of jobs to southeastern Wisconsin. While the facility isn't currently open to the public, we invite you to discover a world of welcome in Pleasant Prairie with things to do, upcoming events, places to stay, restaurants, and more!

Exclusive Inside Look at the HARIBO Manufacturing Facility

The plant may not be open to the public for tours, but you can still take an inside peek at the gummi-making-process in this behind-the-scenes video from the Today Show!







HARIBO Gummi Day

Happy HARIBO Gummi Day, Wisconsin! Gov. Evers has declared December 18, 2020, as a day to celebrate the original inventor of the gummi bear. Learn more...


HARIBO Manufacturing Plant (Phase 1)

On Monday, May 11, 2020, facility plans were approved by the Village of Pleasant Prairie. This will be HARIBO's first-ever North American plant. Groundbreaking is anticipated to take place in September 2020 with construction following thereafter. After Phase 1, there may be up to 385 full-time employees hired. Learn more...


HARIBO Sale Agreement Finalized

On Tuesday, February 4, 2020, HARIBO, the World's leading manufacturer of gummi treats, finalized the property acquisition from the Village of Pleasant Prairie. We're excited for the community as this brings us one step closer to factory groundbreaking which is set to take place later this year. Learn more...


HARIBO Site and Operational Plans

On Monday, May 13, 2019, the Pleasant Prairie Plan Commission considered and approved the Preliminary Site and Operational Plans for HARIBO of America Manufacturing, LLC.

Learn more about building phases which will include production, warehouse, and administrative office spaces, distribution buildings, a multi-story parking structure, and gatehouse, a retail store open to the public, and daycare and fitness center for its employees and the Phase I ground-breaking which is planned for late Spring 2020.
HARIBO is the world's leading manufacturer of gummi products, most famous for its beloved Goldbears. Globally, the business employs nearly 7,000 Associates and operates 16 production sites in 10 countries. A family-owned business with a century long heritage, the company's founder, Hans Riegel, built HARIBO on a foundation of quality and delivering moments of childlike happiness through sweet treats. Established in 1920, HARIBO is the acronym that comprises its founder's name and the city in which the company was born (Bonn, Germany): Hans Riegel Bonn. HARIBO global headquarters is in Grafschaft, Germany and its U.S. headquarters operates out of Rosemont, Ill. For more information, visit www.haribo.com.