Sweet of the week – with a difference!

This week we are going to do things a little differently!
Instead of you lot battling it out for the best comment we are gonna tap in on your sweetie expertise and creativity and ask you what products you think we should sell that we don’t already!

You can comment as many times as you want(as long as each comment is different!) and the winner will be randomly picked by using random.org which is a random number generator!

So the more you comment the more chance you have to win!
This weeks prize is a jar packed of Pear Drops

Pear drops

As this is being posted late the giveaway will be open until Friday afternoon!
Good luck and get typing! And remember the more comments you leave the more chance you have of winning!

13 thoughts on “Sweet of the week – with a difference!

  1. Natalie says:

    I recall a gooey bubble gum from when I was a child in the 80’s, and the other week I spent ages searching for it online, with nothing but a visual memory of it. I searched for ‘bubble gum in a toothpaste tube’ and BINGO! I found it! TUBBLEGUM!!!! It was all squishy and you had to chew loads of it for it to be worth it. I used to cut the ends of the tube off to get right to the last scrummy bits! It would be brilliant for you to sell these, and take me back to my youth!

  2. Anthony says:

    Whenever i was on the way to school as a kid i’d go into the shop on the way and pick up a box of Nerds candy sweets. Or one of the other variations. I can’t remember what the others were called but Nerds were great and a box lasted the whole day.

  3. olivia kirby says:

    What about those squirrel nuts? the little chocolate dropping type things with really hard caramel in the centre? they were good.

  4. nikki says:

    Wow these bring me back my mum use 2 by these and give me some when at the bus stop I use 2 eat them and make my tounge go funny. These and freshers Oooo I could go on.

  5. sharon griffin says:

    i would get my 10p each day after school to spend on sweets and back in the 70`s you could buy quite a few with that, usually i`d buy shrimps, flying saucers and white chocolate mice and if i was really lucky and got given 50p by my nan and grandad i would buy a bag of jazzies or mil bottle gums. still love my sweets now and can`t gho a day without my sweetie fix 🙂

  6. sharon griffin says:

    my nan loved pear drops and cough candy but i wasn`t so keen back when i was little. nowadays i love them all and buy them for those long car journeys as they last for ages x

  7. Jacqueline says:

    My mum told me about the Pink Panther chocolate bars she used to buy when she was a kid, but she hasn’t been able to find them for years now. If you were ever able to source and sell them that would be great – and it would also mean I would finally be able to try it for myself, rather than just listen about how good they really were!

  8. Keith C says:

    And Rainbow sherbert. We used to buy jars of it from our local sweetshop, it was essentially just eating a jar of sugar 😉

  9. Anthony J says:

    With haloween next month it would be cool to get some jelly spiders or those pink/white chocolate skulls

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