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Barratts Black Jacks 400 Chews

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They are made with a mixture of sugar, glucose syrup, palm oil, beef gelatine, citric acid, aniseed oil, and vegetable carbon. A strong and mouth-watering aniseed flavour, packed into a soft and chewy bitesize sweet, Black Jack chews are easy to indulge on and perfect for sharing. Aero® was first launched in 1935 in peppermint flavour, followed by the milk chocolate variation in the 1970s.

Break a piece off and feel it melt on your tongue as every single bubble is released, and revel in the pleasure of smooth chocolate. pieces), Glucose Syrup, Sugar, Palm Oil, Vegetable Carbon, Hydrolysed Pea Protein, Citric Acid, Aniseed Oil, Flavourigs, Trisodium citrate, (FRUIT SALAD - Fruit Juice Concentrates (Pinneapple, Apple), Colours (Anthocyanins, Paprika Extract), Energy 1618KJ / Kcal381, Fat 3. now the swirly black and white packaging we all remember is gone forever, although they still taste the same.

From our UK headquarters based in Kent we have over 500 different retro sweets selection alongside our assorted sweet bags, cones, gift boxes and retro sweet hampers all brimming with your favourite sweets handpicked and packaged by our dedicated team. Aniseed oil is the key ingredient that gives these their distinctive taste, which is often described as being both sweet and slightly spicy.

This classic anniseed chew, from sweet maker Barratt, still tastes the same as it did way back then. When you fancy the lightness of bubbly mint chocolate, pick up a Peppermint Aero® Sharing Bar to enjoy with friends and family. Despite their relatively simple ingredients, Black Jacks have become a beloved sweet treat for many people around the world.Glucose Syrup, Sugar, Water, Palm Oil, Colours (Vegetable Carbon), Hydrolysed Pea Protein, Acids (Citric Acid), Aniseed Oil, Acidity Regulator (Trisodium Citrate). We are located right in the heart of Bristol, just off St Nicholas Street, the main part of the old city.

Are Black Jacks Suitable For Vegetarians Yes, there's no gelatine or any other non-vegetarian ingredient in this sweet. Yes, all of our vegan pick and mix sweets are labelled with a green ‘V’ in the top right corner to indicate that pick and mix sweet is suitable for vegans, view our entire selection here! Black Jacks were first introduced in the 1920s by Barratt’s, a British confectionery company that has been making sweets since the 1840s. Bring back your childhood memories with our truly fab selection of tongue tingling, old fashioned traditional sweets. Glucose Syrup, Sugar, Vegetable Oil, Natural Colours (Vegetable Carbon, Capsanthin, Anthocyanins), Citric Acid, Beef Gelatine, Aniseed Oil, Emulsifier (Soya Lecithins), Flavourings.We will add a small ice pack when we think it is necessary, but that will only keep your items cool for a few hours. Alternatively from our newest collection, grab yourself a traditional Victorian style clear plastic jar either in small which is 380ml or large which is 500ml in size. You are advised to always read the product label for ingredients, nutrition, dietary claims and allergens. Please remember that products suitable for vegans may not necessarily be suitable for people with food allergies, as advised by the The Vegan Society.

Whether you like extremely salty liquorice or sweet and chewy there is something for everyone at MyLiquorice.

Make catch-ups bubblier with Aero® Peppermint, a smooth milk chocolate shell covering a light, bubbly peppermint centre. The iconic Refresher chew bars were invented 60 years ago when some clever clogs discovered the secret of adding the fizz!

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