Fruit Salad and Black Jacks Chews 1 Kilo Bag
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With St George's Day right around the corner on Friday 23rd April, why not celebrate the patron saint of England with our favourite traditional English confectionaries that we all know and love. We're sure that George would probably have a sweet tooth himself and so here are just a few of the sweets that you'll remember from your childhood and that you can still buy at AQuarterOf.co.uk today
Traditional English Sweets, our top 10 - A Quarter Of
Sno-Cone Machines In 1967, Hasbro introduced its little icy treat factories to sweaty summer cities and suburbs everywhere. The Frosty Sno-Man Sno-Cone…Goblin Teasmade Now a mid-20th century icon, the Goblin Teasmade - which first appeared in 1936 - was one of the first…
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Glucose syrup, Sugar, Palm Oil, Colour (Vegetable Carbon), Hydrolysed Pea Protein, Citric Acid, Aniseed Oil, Acidity Regulator ( Trisodium citrate).  By 1981 Trebor was the UK’s leading maker of children’s sugar confectionery, selling 2.5m sweets each day and now sold over half the mints bought in Britain.Space Dust Nobody ate Space Dust because it tasted nice. In fact, most people probably couldn't tell you what it tasted like. It wasn't… For the sake of our waistlines and health, Public Health England (PHE) recommends we should be halving the amount of added or newly termed ‘free sugars’ [sugar that’s been added to food by you or a manufacturer, as well as natural sugars you get in honey, syrups and unsweetened fruit juice] we’re consuming to no more than 5 per cent of our daily calories – that’s around 30g of sugar (or about 7 teaspoons) a day for adults, and less for children, depending on their age.