White Coloured Sweets
White sweets... all white, half white, hints of white... all can be found here. They make great wedding favours to match a beautiful white dress, especially white bonbons, they look so classy. Some lovely bright white sweets are perfect for making clouds on an outdoor themed birthday cake. Just a few are mice, fish 'n' chips or milk bottles and vanilla, mint or milk.
Airheads White Mystery are the best American Sweet. The reason? Because you never know what flavour you are going to get! Strawberry? Apple? Watermelon? A mixture of all three? These chewy and stretchy American candy bars are about half the size of 30cm ruler and have the most amazing flavours out there!
Did you know that at Taco Bell in America they sell an Airheads White Mystery flavoured Freeze (kinda like a slushie) and they also can be one of many flavours!
Sugar; Corn Syrup; Maltodextrin; Dextrose; Modified Corn Starch; Partially Hydrogenated Soybean Oil; Water; Citric Acid; Artificial Flavour.
Per pack (net weight): 15.6g; Carbohydrate 14g of which sugars 9g; Fat 1g; Sodium 10mg; Calories 60
Kiddies Candy sticks with cool characters on the box. We'll put in a mixture.
Those little white stick sweets, quite hard and brittle and oh so very lovely.
People often ask for candy cigarettes but we know that these candy sticks are what they are looking for. They did used to have little red bits on the end to look like cigarettes but, we have to say, we like this healthy version much better!
We've also got loose Candy Sticks if you like or how about the original Barratt Candy Sticks
Price is for 1 box of Candy Sticks
Sugar; Cornflour; Glucose Syrup; Tapioca Starch; Gelling Agent (Beef Gelatine); Flavouring
They're big bars, no messing around, 100g of good stuff so more than double the size of a normal chocolate bar!
And you get 3 so it should last a while, right Right Okay, maybe not. It's so good that you could probably eat all three bars in one go.
Price is for 1 bar of Coconut Ice
Sugar; Glucose Syrup (Sulphites); Dessicated Coconut; Vegetable Oil; Flavourings and Colour E122.
Close your eyes (open the packet first) and devour one of these...what do you taste...
Roast beef...er, no.
Banana split sundae...er, no.
Mini Oreo's...correct! 10 points to you. Well done, you can have another one!
Ball of yummy cookie centre with a white chocolate coating. Delish!
If you like these American sweets, we also have other flavours for you to choose from; Chocolate Chip, Fudge Brownie and Peanut Butter.
White Confectionery Coating (Sugar; Palm Kernel Oil; Whole Milk Powder; Reduced Mineral Whey Powder [from Milk]; Nonfat Milk Powder; Emulsifier [Soy Lecithin]; Salt; Vanilla); Cookies and Cream Cookie Dough (Wheat Flour; Sugar; Partially Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil [Palm Kernel; Soybean; Cottonseed]; Glycerine; Powdered Sugar [Sugar; Cornstarch]; High Fructose Corn Syrup; Natural and Artificial Flavours; Salt; Raising Agent [Sodium Bicarbonate]) and Chocolate Flavoured Bits (Sugar; Corn Syrup; Wheat Flour; Modified Corn Starch; Cocoa (Processed with Alkali); Soybean Oil; Salt; Natural and Artificial Flavour).
Per Pack (net weight 88g): Energy (Kcal) 360; Fat 18g; Carbohydrates 56g; of which sugars 44g; Protein 2g; Sodium 180mg
A chewy, stretchy vanilla flavoured nougat like sweet from America. They're great frozen! We also have this bar in a mini version too.
Like a lot of confectionery, it was invented in the beginning half of the 20th century, and named for the Charleston, which was a popular dance around that time. Charleston Chew was mentioned in the Simpsons episode: Lisa the Drama Queen, if you wanna check it out. Pretty cool.
Corn Syrup; Sugar; Partially Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil; Dried Nonfat Milk; Cocoa Powder; Lactose (from Milk); Milk Protein Concentrate; Egg Whites; Artificial Flavour; Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin); Soy Protein; Salt
Per pack (net weight 53g): Energy (Kcal) 230; Fat 6g; Carbohydrates 44g; of which sugars 30g; Protein 2g; Sodium 35mg
Lovely white zingy lemony sherbet + little red lollipop = rewind back to the 70's and 80's!
Even with a slight change of the packaging, it's still that same old Dip Dab (we used to call them dibdabs...maybe everyone did...).
Similar to Sherbet Fountains, well similar principle anyway... except you swap the liquorice stick for a lollipop.
Sugar; Cornflour; Sodium Bicarbonate; Citric Acid; Tartaric Acid; Anti-caking Agent; Natural Flavouring; Colour: Anthocyanins
The classic lolly by Swizzles Matlow from your childhood. Two fabulous sherbet flavours in one lolly, whether you crunch it, lick it or suck it, its up to you! These are perfect if you want to give a little something out at a party or have a bowl for nibbling on every now and then. These were originally launched in the 1950's and Swizzles Matlow now produce over a billion a year!
Sugar;Stearic Acid;Modified Starch;Acidity Regulator: Malic Acid;Cornflour;Magnesium Stearate;Flavourings;Anti-Caking Agent;Magnesium Carbonate;Colours: Anthocyanin; Copper Chlorophyllin; Curcumin; Lutein; Paprika Extract
Red strawberry liquorice with a sherbet centre. We're not sure why they're called Flyers. Maybe because they fly off the shelves!
Price is for 1 Strawberry Flyer
Sugar;Wheat Flour;Glucose Syrup;Water;Maize Starch;Citric Acid;Flavourings;Stabiliser (E414);Salt;Fish Gelatine;Dextrose;Emulsifier (E471);Colours (E100; E120; E162)
Did you know... the shell is added in a process called hard panning, where a sugar syrup is added to the sweets and tumbled and dried and then coloured.
Sugar; Corn Syrup; Enriched Wheat Flour (Flour; Niacin; Ferrous Sulphate; Thiamin Mononitrate; Riboflavin; Folic Acid); Molasses; Colours (E120; E129); Gum Acacia; Liquorice Extract; Modified Cornstarch; Salt; Colour (E150a); Glazing Agents (Resinous Glaze; Carnauba Wax); Anise Oil; Natural and Artificial Flavour; Preservative (Sulphur Dioxide).
Per pack (net weight 51g): Energy (Kcal) 180; Fat 0g; Carbohydrates 46g; of which sugars 32g; Protein <1g; Sodium 125mg