Septacular Cadbury

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From Joyville down in the factory of Cadbury a super special phenomenon.
A bar like no other. This chocolate bar contains seven, yes, seven different flavours, in one block!
The flavours making an appearance:
Caramel
Fruit and Nut
Whole Nut
Turkish Delight
Oreo
Daim Bar
and not forgetting the classic Dairy Milk.
All of these flavours will create a 200g wonder-bar.
However before you get too carried away, Cadbury is only making 50 of these special edition bars and will be giving them away on Twitter.

Story Behind Peeps

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First off let me say I LOVE candy! One of my favorite movies is the original “Willie Wonka and The Chocolate Factory” from 1971.

What’s Easter without Peeps? For me it’s a good one because my sweet tooth leans more towards jelly beans and chocolate. But, for a lot of people Peeps are the candy they can’t do without at Easter.

If you’ve ever wondered how this sugary coated marshmallow bird became the favorite candy of Easter, sit back and I’ll tell you all about it.

Now it all started in New York City back in the 1920s when Russian immigrant Sam Born, who had spent years doing retail, decided to jump into the candy manufacturing business by opening a chocolate shop. That’s how the maker of Peeps “Just Born” was born.

Business was going really well for Sam Born and in the 1950’s he bought another company which specialized in jelly beans and…

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Turkish Gummy Bebeto Delight

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Another random from the travels of my friend, this time Bebeto Premium Jelly Gum. Found these by the side of my mum’s chair, so I thought I would blog about them before they disappear forever.

Made in Turkey, by the Kervan Gida and they are quickly advancing into the world market with their brand of Bebeto gummies. Initially producing gum, Kervan Gida increased its scope and began jelly production in 1998. Since 2005, Kervan Gida has been the first to introduce licorice and new types of jelly to Turkey after closely following the international candy industry.

With 100 per cent of its stocks in Turkey, is the biggest producer of jelly in Turkey. In 2010, Kervan Gida, which only uses real fruit juices, with this becoming the first jelly producer in Turkey to use natural pigments. Currently exporting to 75 countries.

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