The Natural Confectionery Co Jelly Un-Bear-Ables Reviews
Product Type: The Natural Confectionery Co Sweets
Description:Brand: The Natural Confectionery Co / Type: Jelly
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by - written on 14/06/09 (Very useful, 191 readings)
I had previously come across sweets made by 'The Natural Confectionery Co.' before, but had always been put off by the price. However, I came across a pack of 'Jelly UnBearables' in Tesco for 61p instead of their usual £1.22. Brief Background: According to the Natural Confectionery Co's website; the company "came about when a very little man in Australia had a very big idea...in Australia". "The little man wondered... 'what if i made a jelly sweets that didn't have all the artificial colours and flavours you usually get in jellies?' Surely a sweet can't be delicious without maltodextrin, trisodium citrate or e147? ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/01/09 (Very useful, 264 readings)
Introduction The History Of The Natural Confectionery Company You may not have noticed the lovely teddy bear sweets I am going to talk about in this review, but when or if you do see them on the shelves you might like to know a bit about them. Their origins are in Australia when in 1997 the first natural sweets were made. The company who made them were first formed as far back as 1941 though, but the idea of making their sweets as natural as possible came in 1997. When they were first produced the owner's daughter used to cycle around Melbourne getting people to sample them! Available in the UK since 2007 when they were ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/09 (Very useful, 196 readings)
Now you must have seen the adverts for these delightful sweets with popular catchphrases like "bring on the trumpets". Every time I have seen these adverts they have brought a smile to my face. The advertisement of course is for sweets by the natural confectionary company (TNCC). The natural what? I hear you ask. The adverts depict these sweets coming to life in a range of settings and chatting about their naturalness. A LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY The natural confectionary company was established initially in 1947 in Australia when Julius Lighton and his son in law Walter Eger bought over a small confectionary business Jupp and Sons and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/03/09 (Useful, 78 readings)
Hey Look Who it is Rapheal bear he's a hard bear. have you seen these adverts? everytime i see these it makes me laugh with so many popular catchfrases such as "bring on the trumpets" "im sorry i don't speak pinapple" "im a hard bear!" Personally i think this is a genius, forget haribo national confectionery all the way! apart from the fact its natural which is always great you know these characters and want to eat them :P i love Rapheal the sugar bear, he's soo cute and tasty. have you seen all the adverts there is so many to choose from sugar bears pinapples snakes and lots more. anyway we all know how lovely jellies are but all the ... Read the complete review
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