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Candy & confectionary

A set of food items that are usually rich in sugar and calories but low in micronutrients. As well as candy (USA), they are also called sweets (UK) and lollies (Australia).

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Candy & confectionary > Gummies

Rowntree's Tooty Frooties

Candy & confectionary; Gummies

Tooty Frooties were launched in 1963 and have been a popular children's line ever since. They are chewy fruity sweets with a polished crunchy sugar coating and like the rest of ...

Rowntree's Pick & Mix

Candy & confectionary; Gummies

A delicious selection of Rowntree's Fruit Pastilles, Rowntree's Fruit Gums and Tooty Frooties.

Rowntree's Juicy Jellies

Candy & confectionary; Gummies

Deliciously chewy, soft fruit jellies, containing 25% fruit juice and no artificial colours or flavours. They come in Orange, Lime, Blackcurrant and Strawberry flavours.

Rowntree's Fruit Pastilles

Candy & confectionary; Gummies

Launched in 1881 and are Nestlé Rowntree's oldest product. Rowntree's Fruit Pastilles contain 25% fruit juice and no artificial colours or flavours and come in five flavours: ...

FruiTart Chews

Candy & confectionary; Gummies

Bulk candy sold by Nestlé under their Willy Wonka Candy Company brand. They came in a variety of fruit flavors. Recently, FruiTart Chews have been replaced by Chewy SweeTarts. ...

Laffy Taffy

Candy & confectionary; Gummies

A brand of taffy manufactured by Nestlé and sold under their Willy Wonka Candy Company brand.


Candy & confectionary; Gummies

The brand name of a cuboid-shaped, fruit-flavoured soft taffy candy manufactured by The Wrigley Company, a subsidiary of Mars, Incorporated.