Barratt Sherbet Fountain-48 Count

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$56.00 
48 Count Box

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Barratt Sherbet Fountain British Candy

Old Fashioned British Retro Candy

Barratt Sherbet Fountain is an iconic treat! This old fashioned candy favourite has been enjoyed since 1925! The packaging has been updated, but don't let that fool you! Sherbet Fountain still has the same great taste! This new packaging just enhances the flavour and allows the sherbet to stay fresher for longer. The black licorice stick is now safely tucked inside the tube, so there's no worry of losing it. After all the white fizzy sherbet goes perfectly with the flavour of black licorice! You'll be taken back in time, flooded with memories! You may not find the fountain of youth, but you are sure to find a fountain of flavour!
  • Natural Colours and Flavours
  • British Candy
25 g | 48 Count
Ingredients:
Sugar, Treacle, Wheat flour (Wheat flour Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Cornflour, Sodium bicarbonate, Acids (Citric acid, Tartaric acid), Natural Colour (Plain Caramel), Liquorice extract, Anti-caking agent (Tri-calcium phosphate), Flavouring, Aniseed oil.

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