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Authentic Mexican jumping beans are found only in the remote mountains of Mexico, where they are known as a "brincador" or "hopper".
Jumping beans are harvested after falling to the ground from small trees (sebastiania pavoniana). It is during this time when rural farmers will collect them, quickly, before the monsoon rains wash them away. We are committed to importing only sustainable quantities, collected by hand - with minimal environmental impact; while providing much needed income for local farmers.
The jumping beans are carefully sorted in Mexico; with only the most active jumping beans selected for export. They are then inspected by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Amazing Beans® has been importing Mexican jumping beans since 2006. We promise to provide the most active jumping beans. Guaranteed.
Jumping beans can remain active for several months.
They become more active at warmer temperatures and when exposed to light.
Easy to care for - just soak in some water every few weeks.
Includes educational game for jumping bean races - learn what makes a Mexican jumping bean jump.
Mexican jumping beans are safe, fun, and educational. They are harmless if eaten by a person, cat, or dog - but they probably will not taste very good:)
$2 shipping to all locations within the United States.
FREE shipping on orders $20+
Your order is guaranteed to ship by the next business day. But we'll do our best to ship it before then!
Delivered in specially labelled - protective packaging via U.S. Postal Service First Class mail.
Includes insurance and tracking with delivery confirmation.
Normal delivery time is 2 to 4 days.
Education • Schools
Amazing Beans® provides many schools and colleges with Mexican jumping beans for learning activities. We offer teacher discounts. Please inquire.
Amazing Beans® stands behind the quality of our jumping beans. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, we will make things right.
We will never share personal information with any third party. Ever.
Family owned. Since 2006.