Welby Apple Cider Vinegar Adult Gummies

Last Updated on February 23, 2023

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Updated to reflect that these are a Seasonal Item at Aldi. 

Vinegar is a pantry staple, a key ingredient in salad dressings, marinades, and even homemade cleaning solutions. There are different types of vinegar, including white vinegar, red wine vinegar, and apple cider vinegar.

Apple cider vinegar is sometimes taken specifically for potential health benefits. For example, there are claims — some better-founded than others — that it may boost the immune system, help control weight and improve metabolism, stabilize blood sugar, or even serve as a “detox” agent. Of course, the challenge is that apple cider vinegar doesn’t taste or smell good. Most people who take it for health perks dilute it with water before drinking it, but it’s still not a pleasant experience.

That’s why apple cider vinegar gummies have become popular. They make a bad-tasting thing taste better. Aldi sells apple cider vinegar gummies among its other gummy supplements, including gummy multivitamins for kids and adults, vitamin D gummies, gummy elderberry supplements for adults, and gummy melatonin supplements.

These gummies are sold under the Welby brand, which is not its own company. Instead, it’s the private label Aldi uses for various health and personal care products. Other Welby products at Aldi over the years have included blood pressure monitors, allergy relief, thermometers, pulse oximeters, and pain relief meds.

Welby Apple Cider Vinegar Adult Gummies

Welby Apple Cider Vinegar Adult Gummies cost $6.89 at the time of publication for a bottle containing 60 gummies that are 500 mg each. That comes out to about 11 cents per one-gummy serving.

The Aldi gummies are cheaper than most other apple cider vinegar gummies I found on the market. For example, a 30-count bottle of Goli brand apple cider vinegar gummies from Walmart costs about 33 cents per one-gummy serving at the time of publication. A 60-count bottle of store-brand Equate apple cider gummies from Walmart costs about 18 cents per one-gummy serving, which is still 7 cents more per serving than the Aldi gummies.

When I first found these gummies at Aldi, they appeared to be Regular Buys available at Aldi all year. However, the most recent signage indicates these are a Seasonal Item, which means Aldi sells them for longer than an Aldi Find, but they aren’t stocked year round. These seem to be available at Aldi during the winter months. Aldi does not offer online ordering if these are not in stock at your local store.

Here’s more info on the gummies, according to the bottle:

I spotted a sticker on the case in store that stated these gummies are from a vendor called Vita Warehouse based in New York. These appear to be produced by VitaGlobe, a manufacturer of health and beauty products.

Welby Apple Cider Vinegar Adult Gummies

Nutrition information and ingredients, part one. (Click to enlarge.)

Ingredients are: glucose syrup, sugar, glucose, pectin, sodium citrate, citric acid, natural apple flavor, vegetable oil, unfiltered liquid apple cider vinegar, purple carrot juice concentrate, beta-carotene.

The directions indicate you can take one gummy per day as a dietary supplement. Chew thoroughly before swallowing.

Welby Apple Cider Vinegar Adult Gummies

Nutrition information and ingredients, part two. (Click to enlarge.)

One gummy contains 12 calories, 3 grams of total carbohydrates (<2% DV), 2 grams of added sugars (4% DV), 0.5 mg of vitamin B-6 (as pyridoxine HCI) (29% DV), 200 mcg DFE of folate (as 120 mcg folic acid) (50% DV), 1.2 mcg of vitamin B-12 (as cyanocobalamin) (50% DV), 50 mcg of iodine (as potassium iodide) (33% DV), 5 mg of sodium (<2% DV), 500 mg of apple cider vinegar (fruit), 40 mcg of pomegranate juice powder (fruit), and 40 mcg of beet juice powder (fruit).

If you are pregnant or nursing, taking medications, or have a medical condition, the bottle states to consult your doctor before using. Discontinue use and consult your doctor if any adverse reactions occur.

Keep these gummies out of reach of children, and store them at room temperature between 59 and 86 degrees.

Welby Apple Cider Vinegar Adult Gummies

As for how these gummies taste (and smell), they’re all right considering they contain apple cider vinegar, but they’re definitely not the most popular gummy supplements in my house. They do come in cute red apple shapes, but the first thing I noticed after opening the bottle is the smell. While they don’t smell as potent and off-putting as regular vinegar, these still have a noticeable vinegar scent. The taste is a little better than the smell, but these do have a vinegar tang to them. That vinegar flavor is somewhat masked by other ingredients such as sugar and pomegranate juice powder, so it’s not terrible, but it’s there.

After doing some research on the benefits of apple cider vinegar gummies versus drinking real, diluted apple cider vinegar, it appears that you’re more likely to gain the health benefits by drinking the real stuff rather than consuming gummies. While apple cider vinegar gummies probably won’t hurt, and some of the extra vitamins they contain might be helpful, they also may not be the best use of your money if you’re looking to maximize health benefits. Also keep in mind that they have added sugar, which isn’t great for your blood sugar or your teeth. For those reasons, once my family finishes our current bottle, I probably won’t buy any more of these.

The Verdict:

Welby Apple Cider Vinegar Adult Gummies taste better than drinking regular, diluted apple cider vinegar. They still have a vinegar scent and a mild vinegar flavor that is somewhat masked by sugar and other added fruit ingredients. These Aldi gummies seem fine, but they do contain added sugar, and if you want to ensure you’re getting the full possible benefits, some of the research indicates you might want to stick with drinking real apple cider vinegar.

About Rachael

Rachael is the Co-founder of Aldi Reviewer. When she isn't busy shopping at Aldi, she enjoys cooking, gardening, writing gothic romance, and collecting more houseplants than she probably should. You can learn more about her at rachaelsjohnston.com.


  1. I find it interesting at the notion that apple cider vinegar tastes/smells “bad” when those same people also drink beer and/or alcohol and have no issue with the taste or smell there. I take a shot of acv each day, it tastes fine, if a bit sour. Maybe the brand is a reason? I always drink braggs

  2. I have been taking apple cider vinegar gummies for years as a substitute for heartburn medication. They work great. Aldi’s are as good as the ones I’ve purchased online, they taste great and they dont stick together like another brand. I am glad you wont be buying any more of them, more for me!

  3. am struggling to get hold of the gummies at Aldi now as don’t seem to stock no more 🙁 gutted

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