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Simpkins Forest Fruit Travel Sweets 200g (7oz)

Product code: 2481182
(incl VAT)
Simpkins Forest Fruit Travel Sweets 200g (7oz)

The Simpkins Family have a traditional history of manufacturing Travel Glucose Sweets since 1921. Incorporating the finest natural ingredients and traditional methods to achieve a selection of mouth watering flavours and taste sensations available. A fine fanfare of forest fruit berries from the Simpkins Selection.
  • Natural Flavours.
  • No artificial flavouring of colouring.
  • Travel sweet drops.
  • Traditional recipes.
  • Mouth watering forest fruit berry flavours.
  • 200g. 7oz Old English travel tin.
Direction for Use:
Gluten free, suitable for vegetarians.

Cautions and Warnings:
Potential Choking Hazard.

Sugar, Glucose Syrup, Citric Acid, Flavours, Colours: E163, E162.

Sugar boiling's consist of two main ingredients: sugar and glucose (or corn) syrup. SUGAR being the basic raw material, it is the same type of sugar that you would use at home.

Glucose and corn syrup is obtained from maize, or corn. The corn is treated to release the starch, which is then treated with acids. This produces glucose (or corn) syrup, a very viscous clear sugar syrup.