Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
from eBay

Details about LOVE HEARTS/Retro Sweets/Wedding Favours,Engagement,Party,Kids Bags,FREE P&P

666
33
1
from the Guardian

The golden age of British sweets - in pictures

Black Jacks and Fruit Salad - used to buy these at three for a penny in pre-decimal coinage. Then the price was hiked up to three for a new penny as the UK went headlong into price inflation, causing the dark days of the when wages couldn't keep up!

77
3
from the Guardian

The golden age of British sweets - in pictures

Spangles (1948) The same year George Orwell gazed apprehensively into a totalitarian future, Mars unveiled a more upbeat response to post-war austerity with these translucent sugar squares. Over three decades tangerine, butterscotch, 'Old English', cola and dozens more varieties appeared, until their liquidation in ... 1984.

350
24
2
from the Guardian

The golden age of British sweets - in pictures

Marathon (1968) Marathon came to the UK courtesy of Forrest Mars Sr, estranged from the family business in the States, but free to adapt the recipes for European tastes. Aside from his eponymous bar packed with milk, sugar, glucose, and thick, thick chocolate, Mars' Slough-produced cash cow was a peanut-powered derivative of the American Snickers (the name was apparently tribute to the Mars family's favourite horse) 'brand alignment' saw Marathon adopt its maiden name in 1990

613
39
7