fun & yummy sweets.
Branded confectionery is a fun and yummy way to advertise to all kinds of people. We can print on a range of items such as mint cards, fortune cookies, sweetie pouches, advent calendars, lollipops, popcorn, sealed packs of gummy bears, and also a variety of chocolate bars ranging in size and shape.
PROMOTIONAL VEGGIE & VEGAN SWEETS.
Branded confectionery is a fun and yummy way to advertise to all kinds of people. We can print on a range of items such as mint cards, fortune cookies, sweetie pouches, advent calendars, lollipops, popcorn, sealed packs of gummy bears, and also a variety of chocolate bars ranging in size and shape. A good thing about our branded confectionery range is that the price is varied and can be suited to any marketing budget. Some of our confectionery products start from a price of 5p all the way up to £25 per item which shows how varied our prices will range from.
We have found that promotional treats are very popular with companies who want to give a treat out at an event such as on an exhibition stand, during training days, when trying to recruit for new staff or students at an open day or big corporate event. Consumers are constantly seeking vegan and veggie options as a lot of popular sweets aren’t suitable for vegetarians anymore. And of course, veggies still want sweets! So that's why we have found new upcoming foods that are perfect for veggies, vegans, halal and gluten-free people, meaning you'll have no unhappy faces when giving out your branded giveaways.
WHAT FOODS ARE 100% VEGAN IN PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS?
Millions are chewy little nuggets of joy that are approved by The Vegetarian Society and are also suitable for vegans apart from the Chocolate and Strawberry flavour. They come in a range of flavours, from Bubblegum to Vimto, and can be bought for as little as 30p. We can provide Millions in branded pots, tubes, gift boxes, or packets. We can also provide mixes of flavours, which means you can choose the flavours that go inside the printed packaging. If you are interested, you can contact us by phone or e-mail.
These sweets are a real blast from the past and fondly remembered by many. For those who haven’t tasted their uniqueness, they are a papery-textured (nicer than it sounds), brightly-coloured, spaceship-shaped sweet that melt in your mouth revealing a fizzy, powdery, sherbet inside. We can provide vegan flying saucers which are made with colourings such as Beetroot Red and Curcumin to naturally colour the uniquely funky sweets. We can provide flying saucers in mini retro sweetie bags or we can provide tubs or boxes of the sugary treats.
Most of the Chupa Chups fruity lollies don't contain any animal products so you can tuck into the full range of flavours. Although if you are a vegan or are gluten-free you may want to skip the "and cream" editions though, as they contain milk powder. The fruity flavours consist of Apple, Cherry, Lime-Lemon, Orange, Strawberry, and Watermelon, and Cola. But as for the creamy ones, you want to make sure you stay clear of the Strawberries & Cream, Peach Yogurt, Choco-Vanilla, and Strawberry Yogurt. At Extravaganza we can brand chupa chup lollies and package them with branding too
Love hearts have to be vegan as veganism is all about love!
The production of Love Hearts began in the UK in the fifties, and they’re an updated version of the Victorian Conversation Lozenge which were typically adorned with more serious sounding messages such as “Honour your parents” or “Can you polka?’’. Nowadays, Love Hearts have almost cult status for their modern and tongue-in-cheek messages, coupled with an eye-catching look and even the ability to personalise them for special occasions like weddings.
Skittles are now suitable for vegans as the manufacturers Wrigley’s recently removed E120, or beetle-derived Cochineal, from the red sweets. They are also gelatine-free and contain natural and artificial colourings. They come in a range of flavours, such as: Wild Berry, Sour, Tropical and Orchards. Although the classic flavour is by far the most popular in the UK.