Invented in 1912 by Clarence Crane, a candy manufacturer from Garrettsville, Ohio, (who was also the father of the poet Hart Crane) this ring-shaped peppermint flavoured brand of little hard candies was initially developed as a ‘summer’ candy that could withstand the intense heat much better than chocolate could.
Called Lifesavers because of its similarity to the shape of the life preserving apparatus that is used for saving people who have fallen overboard from boats and shipping vessels, the brand is renowned for its distinctive packaging which takes the form of paper-wrapped aluminum foil rolls.
Indeed the original product packaging pictured an old seaman throwing a life preserver to a young female swimmer with the slogan ‘For That Stormy Breath’.
History of Lifesavers Lollies
Having invented the confection Crane soon realised he did not have the space or machinery to mass produce them. As a result he contracted with a pill manufacturer to press the mints into shape.
Less than a year later, after registering the trademark, he sold the rights to the formula of his lifesavers candy to Edward John Noble for $2,900 who promptly set up the Life Savers and Candy Company.
Noticing that the previous use of cardboard rolls was not very successful in keeping the product both fresh and intact, Noble created tin-foil wrappers instead. He also oversaw the installation of Life Savers displays next to the cash registers of restaurants and grocery stores, therefore significantly increasing the product’s market reach.
Perhaps his most ingenious idea however was to encourage the owners of the establishments in which his displays featured to always give customers a nickel in their change to encourage impulse sales of the product which retailed at 5 cents each. As a consequence the slogan ‘Still only 5 cents’ became very effective in promoting the product.
Lifesavers Lollies is a product that will forever be synonymous with the armed forces. In World War II some 23 million boxes of the product were consumed by soldiers and even today they remain a part of the G.I. field ration kit in the USA.
Flavours of Lifesavers Lollies
Currently owned by Mars Incorporated, who acquired the brand from Wrigley, Lifesavers Lollies has been sold in Australia since the 1930s when MacRobertson started distributing the product to service stations and convenience stores.
At present we offer a range of bulk boxes of Lifesavers at Moo-Lolly-Bar including the follows:
– Fruit Pastilles
– Fruit Tingles
– Pep ‘o’ mint
Lifesavers Lollies Marketing Slogans
Over the years Lifesavers have had some interesting marketing slogans. These include:
‘For That Stormy Breath’
‘The Candy with the Hole’
‘A Hole Lot of Fun’
‘Get a Hole Lot More Outta Life’
Approximately 548 million rolls of Lifesavers Candy are produced every year.
Wrigley is famous for manufacturing some of the world’s most popular confectionery brands including Starburst and Skittles. But they are arguably best known for the range of chewing gum they produce including the magnificent Wrigleys Extra Chewing Gum.
One of those products that seemingly everyone eats at some point during the month, Wrigley’s Extra is a brand of sugar free chewing gum that was launched in the USA in 1984. Now sold throughout North America, as well as Europe, Africa and Australasia the product is one of the most popular brands of chewing gum in the world.
Unique in that it was the first sugar free gum that did not use saccharin, this product instead incorporated the NutraSweet brand – a sweetener developed by G.D. Searle & Co – because it was less bitter. It was also believed to be safer in humans and laboratory animals. Several years later however in 1997 the product was reformulated to include aspartame.
Having undergone a recent rebrand in 2015 Wrigleys Extra Chewing Gum has a fresh new look that features a shield, with a ‘glint’, to reinforce the message that chewing sugar-free Extra is an excellent strategy to help keep teeth clean and healthy after eating and drinking. Supporting this rebrand was a multi-million dollar advertising campaign featuring Aston Kutcher.
Wrigleys Extra Chewing Gum In Australia
In Australia and New Zealand, Wrigleys Extra Chewing Gum was first introduced to market in 1987. Promoted with the help of its ambassador the Australian tennis player, Liz Smilie, the launch of this product revolutionised the landscape for chewing gum products as it was the first sugar free gum in the marketplace with a ‘taste that really lasts’. Later, in 2003 the Olympic Skier, Alisa Camplin, became the new face of EXTRA whilst in 2015, in line with the major rebrand, it also became a principle sponsor of Network Ten’s popular television show The Bachelor Australia.
As well as having a great taste this brand of chewing gum also prides itself on its ‘oral care credentials’. Indeed chewing sugar free Extra gum has been clinically proven to positively impact oral health by stimulating saliva by up to 10 times normal levels.
Saliva is the body’s own natural tooth protection. It works in three ways:
– By restoring pH balance in the mouth and neutralising plaque acids
– Helping to clean away food that may have lodged in teeth and gums
– Assisting to naturally remineralise teeth that has been attacked by acid
In addition the Australian Dental Association and the New Zealand Dental Association now both recommend chewing a sugar free gum like EXTRA after eating and drinking as part of a good oral care routine.
Want to Buy Wrigleys Extra Chewing Gum?
In Australia, Wrigleys Extra Chewing Gum is available in a range of flavours including the following:
– Wrigleys Extra Professional White Sugar Free Gum Peppermint
– Wrigleys Extra Spearmint Pellet
– Wrigleys Extra Peppermint Pellet
– Wrigleys Extra Bubblemint White
– Wrigleys Extra Cool Breeze
– Wrigleys Extra Classic Bubble
– Wrigleys Extra Smooth Mint
– Wrigleys Extra Strawberry
– Wrigleys Extra Watermelon
– Wrigleys Extra Tropical/Mango
– Wrigleys Extra Berry White
If you living in Australia you can place an order for bulk boxes of Wrigleys Chewing Gum via our website.
We dispatch orders to any residential, business or PO Box address in the country with fast shipping either via Australia Post or Fastway Couriers depending on where you live.
Forever synonymous with baseball, not least because it was the brainchild of Portland Mavericks left-handed pitcher Rob Nelson, and New York Yankee All-Star Jim Bouton, who came up with the idea of shredded bubblegum in a pouch one night in 1977 whilst they sat in a Mavericks bullpen during a game – the product represented the coming together of 2 of their favourite off field past times. Business (Bouton) and bubblegum (Nelson).
Intended to be a fun alternative to the unhealthy in game habit of tobacco chewing common among ballplayers in the 1970s the product has been so successful that some 600 million units have been sold worldwide since its official launch in May 1980.
Indeed such is its popularity that Big League Bubblegum it is now the #1 shredded gum of athletes in the USA. The perfect thing to get your mouth moving and your juices flowing whether you be on or off the field.
Originally manufactured by Wrigley (the long time owners of the Chicago Cubs) after a successful pitch by Bouton, the product boasted cartoony packaging, designed by the artist Bill Mayer, and flashy colours like neon green and bright purple.
Now produced by the Ford Gum & Machine Company in Akron, New York, Big League Bubblegum was originally promoted throughout the 1980s under the advertising slogan ‘You’re in the big leagues when you’re into Big League Chew!’. A slogan which is still often used today.
Want To Buy Big League Bubblegum Online?
At Moo-Lolly-Bar in Australia we currently offer bulk packs of the Big League brand of bubblegum in the following flavours:
– Sour Apple
In addition they also come in a novelty baseball shape too.
It’s a pretty simple idea to be fair. Put 12 mini sized versions of Cadbury Chocolate’s most popular selling products in to one big box of deliciousness. But as you can imagine it works pretty well.
Overall there are 12 different brands of miniature chocolates contained within each box of Cadbury Favourites. These include:
– Cadbury Boost
– Cadbury Dairy Milk
– Cadbury Dream
– Cadbury Crunchie
– Cadbury Flake
– Cadbury Turkish Delight
– Cadbury Time Out
– Cadbury Picnic
– Cadbury Caramello
– Cadbury Moro
– Cadbury Cherry Ripe
– Cadbury Mint Bubbly
Given its variety it is a pretty safe bet to say that each box contains something for everyone. It also serves as a good alternative to Cadbury Roses.
Cadbury Chocolate Favourites Television Advert
Cadbury Chocolate Favourites are back by a very famous television advert (see above) that features an Australian family searching for the perfect solution when faced with the very of ‘What to bring when you’re told not to bring a thing’.
Developed by the team at George Patterson Y&R Melbourne, the advertising campaign ‘found a real product truth and linked it to a genuine human insight’ according to creative director, Jim Ingram.
Cadbury Chocolate Favourites As A Gift
Available in two sizes, 320 grams and 540 grams, Cadbury Chocolate Favourites are a great option to buy for the following occasions:
1. To give to hosts at a lunch or barbeque.
2. As a great pick-me-up for someone who is ill or upset.
3. To supplement a Christmas, Birthday or Anniversary present.
4. To take to work for a morning tea.
5. To use in a children’s birthday party.
Want To Buy Some Cadbury Chocolate Favourites?
At Moo-Lolly-Bar we dispatch bulk orders of Cadbury Boxes of Favourites to any residential, business or PO Box address in Australia.
Last year I wrote a post about the Rise of Corporate Confectionery. In it I highlighted an increase in demand for Promotional Chocolate and lollies I had noticed since 2006, from businesses seeking more creative solutions to help them market their brand in a fun and impactful way.
One of the main reasons for this frankly is because things like the branded mouse mat, key-ring, pen or stubbie holder are so 20th century!
Whilst they might have been welcomed back in the pre-Sydney Olympics days, I would argue that the modern mindset of the present day business executive is at such a place now where the gifting of these kind of promotional items can actually do the senders business more harm than good!
Not least because these kind of promotional items often end up anywhere from being horded in a seldom opened office draw to being chucked straight in the bin.
So what’s the alternative?
It is a real challenge for marketing professionals to get their message across these days and while social media and the digital age has helped them to do so an increasing number savvy marketeers are grabbing on to the potential and ROI that comes with promotional chocolate.
Why Promotional Chocolate Works
The old saying ‘the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach’ has stood the test of time. Frankly this should come as no surprise given that food, and in particular good food, is something we all take notice of regardless of whether we are male or female.
But when seen through the perspective of business and marketing it does present a real opportunity to capture your prospective customer’s attention.
Promotional chocolate works because everyone loves chocolate. At Easter alone Australians spend approximately $185.7 million on the good stuff whilst over the course of a year the average Australian consumes a whopping 32kg of it.
So clearly there is an affinity there that should be tapped in to.
What makes promotional chocolate such an attractive option to marketeers is that it makes good business sense to utilise.
A recent study of 8 of the Top Marketing Challenges Marketers Face revealed that proving the ROI of their marketing activities to their bosses and securing enough budget from them, were the two major concerns.
Yet the use of promotional chocolate easily negates both of these.
The cost will obviously depend on what you choose to do. But when Branded Chocolate Napolitains cost less than 10 cents per unit, and branded promotional bags with 50 grams of chocolates or lollies cost less than $1.25, it is a hugely cost effective way to initiate kick start the process towards making a sale.
Especially when you can fully customise what you give to impress the intended recipient.
5 Promotional Chocolate Options
Back in 2011 I wrote of the 5 Top Ways To Use Promotional Confectionery To Attract Customers.
– Promo Bags
– Promo Noodle Boxes
– Corporate Confectionery Gifts
– Corporate Branded Confectionery
– Lucky Dips
All of these can be customised to meet the particular tastes of the recipient as well as your company’s branding.
In addition the following companies also offer an excellent range of promotional chocolate:
When To Use Promotional Chocolate
In business today there definitely is a time and place to use chocolate for marketing purposes. Outlined below is a list of some great ideas you might want to incorporate in your promotional activities from now on.
Australia Day, Valentine’s Day, Anzac Day and Easter are all excellent occasions on which to give out promotional chocolate.
Likewise Christmas presents a wonderful opportunity to give out a chocolate gift.
A clever trick a couple of our customers do is give chocolate gifts to their customers every year on the anniversary of their first purchase with them.
Corporate branded Napolitains are tailor made for direct mailings. Imagine receiving a pile of 20 letters on your desk. Which one will grab your attention the most initially?
The one with a couple of promotional chocolates attached of course.
At conferences, exhibitions or street promotions branded chocolates, as well as promotional lucky dips, are excellent giveaways for potential customers to take away with them. Especially if they contain either a business card, web address or promotional coupon which they can redeem later.
Using chocolate or other confectionery as a prize for competitions is a great, cost effective way of building up your social media following.
A bowl of branded chocolate Napolitains on the front reception desk is another clever and inexpensive way of giving visitors something to take away with them.
Why not treat the staff to a small, unexpected reward for all their hard work. One of the more quirky ways of doing this includes encouraging them to take a quick break at their desk with a Take 5 or Time Out chocolate bar.
Add a little extra to a customer order
Why not add a little extra to a customer’s order by including a couple of branded chocolate Napolitains with their purchase.
Similarly you can show your appreciation to a customer for a really big order by giving them a nice box of chocolates.
If you are sponsoring an event you can incorporate chocolate into a show bag. Alternatively you could also offer a hamper as a spot prize or simply give out promotional Napolitains to attendees.
Thanks for a referral
Did anyone give you a referral that turned into a sale? If so then why not strengthen your relationship with them through the simple act of thanking them for a referral with a token gift of chocolate.
Do you run a customer loyalty programme? Or for that matter an affiliate program? If you do then a chocolate gift is a great way to reward your customers for their continued business or thank your leading affiliates for continuing to make sales for you.
Ever heard the phrase ‘will work for chocolate?’. People love chocolate. Your staff love chocolate. So why not incentivise them with it. A nice big hamper of chocolates for the employee of the month, or giving one each to the team if they reach a group sales target can really work wonders for productivity.
One of the most effective methods I have come across recently of getting your name out to a vast number of people is to hand out branded chocolates at places with high foot traffic like in parks or outside train stations. Other good places include venues with high attendances like sports matches or stadium concerts.
End of Financial Year
Ever got to a situation where you need to spend the last of your marketing budget before the end of the financial year otherwise you will risk getting it cut? Well these 3 ways to spend the last of your marketing budget is something you should bear in mind.
Want Some Promotional Chocolate?
If you would like to order some promotional chocolate, or are interesting in finding out more about how you can incorporate them into your marketing activities, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since we launched in 2006 Moo-Lolly-Bar has helped hundreds of companies enhance the effectiveness of their marketing activities with Promotional Chocolate, lollies and confectionery.
These include the likes of Australia Zoo, the Crown Plaza Melbourne, NAB, Harper Collins, Hopgood Ganim, Mix FM 92.7, The Village Building Company, Ayers Rock Resort, Bond University (QLD), Credit Union Australia, Western Union and In Focus Money Management to name but a few.
The combination of chocolate and blueberry is one I especially love. There is something about the contrast between the smooth milk (or rich dark) chocolate and the sweet, tangy blueberries that is simply irresistible to me.
I have tried many brands of chocolate coated blueberries over the years, from all around the world, but without doubt my favourite is the Marich Premium Chocolate Blueberries version.
Headquartered in the city of Watsonville, which is located in the Santa Cruz County of California, the Marich Confectionery Company is a family run business that was set up by Marinus van Dam in 1983. Now run by his sons Brad and Troy, the company has forged itself a magnificent reputation for making the finest quality artisan chocolate coated confectionery products available.
Amongst their most popular sellers are Marich Chocolate Strawberries, Marich Cherries & Toffee Almonds, Marich Mint Chocolate Malt Balls, Marich Holland Mints and of course Marich Gourmet Chocolate Blueberries.
Consisting of chewy, dried blueberries covered in rich dark chocolate and then finished with a layer of fruity blueberry white chocolate the product’s aesthetic oozes quality while its taste sensation is absolutely fantastic.
The perfect gift for Mother’s Day and Father’s Day you can also use Marich Premium Chocolate Blueberries as a decadent topping for cakes or cupcakes. For wedding lolly buffets they also add a touch of class and sophistication, whilst your Christmas celebrations would be taken to another level if you eat them as a dessert after the festivities of Christmas dinner.
Here’s the low down on this delicious confection:
What is it?
A bulk box of 12 bags of Marich Premium Chocolate Blueberries. Premium quality, mouthwatering dried blueberries in dark chocolate and a fruity blueberry white chocolate. Each bag weighs approximately 65 grams.
What is it made of?
Marich Premium Chocolate Blueberries ingredients are listed as Milk Chocolate (sugar, whole milk, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, soy lecithin, vanilla), pastel coating (sugar, palm kernel and palm oils, whey, nonfat milk, soy lecithin, vanilla), blueberries, sugar, artificial color (blue 2 lake), color added (carmine), citric acid, tapioca syrup, natural and artificial flavor, tapioca dextrin, confectioner’s glaze.
What do I need to know?
Manufactured in the American state of California, this product is made by the Marich Confectionery Company – a company who are dedicated to sourcing ingredients locally whenever possible.
Attractively packaged, it is certified Kosher and produced in an environmentally conscious facility.
WANT TO BUY MARICH PREMIUM CHOCOLATE BLUEBERRIES?
If you would like to purchase a bulk box of gourmet Chocolate Blueberries by Marich we ship orders to any residential, business or a PO Box address in Australia with fast , fully trackable delivery & a free postage option if you spend over $150.
The answer is Milka Oreo.
If you have not tried this version of Milka Chocolate yet then you are in for a real treat, as this new confection is SENSATIONAL.
Combining the smooth, melty taste of Milka Alpine Milk Chocolate with a generous sprinkle of Dark Oreo biscuit crunchy bits, the result is a fabulous contrast of a sweet and indulgent outer case of chocolate and a delicious creamy interior that will make your tastebuds since with delight.
I have only eaten it a few occasions but it has already become one of my favourite chocolate blocks of all time!
Here is the low down on it:
What is it?
A bulk box of 20 bars of Milka Oreo Chocolate Blocks. Each bar weighs approximately 100 grams.
What is it made of?
Milka Oreo Chocolate Blocks ingredient are listed as Sugar, vegetable fat, cocoa butter, whey powder, skimmed milk powder, wheat flour, cocoa liquor, butter oil, cream powder (2%), low fat cocoa powder (1%), hazelnuts, emulsifier (soy lecithin, sunflower lecithin), glucose-fructose syrup, flavors, leavening (ammonium bicarbonate , sodium bicarbonate), salt.
What do I need to know?
Milka Oreo Chocolate Blocks are made in Switzerland by Milka. It contains hazelnuts, milk and soya and may contain traces of wheat and and nuts. Milka are a part of the Mondelez International group.
Want to buy some Milka Oreo Chocolate Blocks?
At Moo-Lolly-Bar you can buy different flavours of Milka Chocolate Bars online in bulk in Australia including Milka Alpine Milk, Milka Happy Cow, Milka Bubbly, Milka Whole Hazelnut and Milka Oreo Chooclate Blocks.
We dispatch internet orders to any residential, business or PO Box address in Australia with fast shipping, fully trackable shipping & a free postage option if you spend over $150.
ABOUT MILKA CHOCOLATE
Originating in Switzerland, Milka is a famous chocolate brand whose roots can be documented all the way back to 1825 when Philippe Suchard, a talented Swiss chocolatier, opened a patisserie. Located in Neuchâtel, a city on the northwestern shore of Lake Neuchâtel, he initially sold a hand-made dessert named ‘chocolat fin de sa fabrique’.
According to their official website, the company’s name is a hybrid of the words Milch and Kakao – the German words for milk and cocoa – which is the chocolate’s primary ingredients.
Today Milka Chocolate is sold extensively in Europe as well as in other countries around the world including Argentina, Costa Rica, the USA, Canada, New Zealand and Australia.
Milka is synonymous for the Purple Cow. A lilac coloured Simmental cattle which has featured on its brand packaging and its advertising for over 60 years.
There are many different varieties of Milka Chocolate available around the world including the likes of Milka & Daim, Milka Raspberry Cream, Milka Pretzel Loves Choco and the alluring sounding Milka Kiss Me!
The British choose the fry up. For many Europeans it’s the Continental. For Aussies it is often Vegemite on toast. But for American’s their breakfast of choice is often Kelloggs Pop-Tarts.
In case you didn’t know Kelloggs Pop Tarts are a popular form of toaster pastries manufactured by Kellogg’s. Pre-baked and rectangular in appearance, they consist of different individual fillings sealed inside a thin pastry crust. In total there are 29 flavours, all but five of which are frosted. These include Apple Strudel, Blueberry, Chocolate Fudge, Hot Fudge Sundae, S’mores, Strawberry and Wild Grape. Previous flavours, that have since been discontinued, include French Toast, Pina Colada, Strawberry Cheese Danish and Peanut Butter & Jelly.
Introduced in 1964 as a great-tasting breakfast alternative for busy families Kelloggs Pop Tarts quickly became a prominent part of popular culture. Nowadays almost two billion individual Pop-Tarts are consumed every week and they have famously been endorsed by such high profile celebrities as Kate Spade and Christina Aguilera who have both vehemently proclaimed their love for them. Indeed so popular are Pop-Tarts in the USA that in 2001 the number of them eaten by consumers could have stretched halfway to the moon!
Sold in pairs inside foil packaging, Pop-Tarts are pre-cooked and similar to Toaster Strudels. They do not require refrigeration and are specifically designed to be warmed inside a toaster or microwave oven. However they do require close attention when heating them. In 1992, Thomas Nangle successfully sued Kellogg for damages after his Pop-Tart got stuck in his toaster before catching fire. As if to prove the point a couple of years later Texas A&M University Corpus Christi professor Patrick Michaud conducted research that revealed the potential of Strawberry Pop-Tarts to produce foot high flames, when left in the toaster too long. His findings ignited a spurt of. As a consequence, Pop-Tarts now showcase a message of warning that one should ‘Due to possible risk of fire, never leave your toasting appliance or microwave unattended’.
Not averse to the odd bit of high profile promotion, in 2001 the United States military famously air dropped no less than 2.4 million Pop-Tarts to troops in Afghanistan. In 2010 Pop-Tarts world, a temporary Pop-Tarts store opened in New York. (It closed on 31st December of that year).
Despite their popularity Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts have never really taken off overseas despite extensive advertising, especially in the UK, as well as Australia where they introduced with much fanfare in the late 1990s before being discontinued in 2005. As a result they are now only available to buy online down under in selected flavours from specialist retailers like Moo-Lolly-Bar.
WANT TO BUY KELLOGGS POP TARTS IN AUSTRALIA?
At Moo-Lolly-Bar you can buy a range of Kelloggs Pop Tarts flavours in Australia including the following:
(For more information about any of them please click on the relevant name of interest to you).
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For next time you want to treat yourself to a truly wonderful chocolate experience then Kona Chocolate Bar is definitely the go.
A concept conceived on the North Shore of the Hawaiian island of Oahu, Kona Chocolate Bar is founded on the simple principle of quality.
Taking their love of chocolate covered espresso beans one step further all Kona Bars feature 100% crushed Kona coffee beans, milk or dark Belgian chocolate and a range of decadent and mouth-watering flavours that range from time honoured classics like macadamia and raspberry to more exotic ones like Tahitian Vanilla and Hibiscus flowers.
Dedicated to giving people the very best chocolate bar they can possibly give for the price, Kona Bars use only the finest ingredients in the world, and which are all natural where possible. Their Tahitian vanilla flavour is the perfect example as it is imported from Tahiti directly from a grower who has won the prestigious Medalle D’Or (Gold) award in Paris, France every year since 2007.
Produced in Napa California, Kona Chocolate Bars are incorporated in Santa Monica, California but also have facilities on the East Coast of the USA. They offer a fabulous range of chocolate bars including the ones you can buy online in Australia at Moo-Lolly-Bar.
Flavours of Kona Chocolate Bars
Kona Chocolate Bars Hibiscus
Kona Chocolate Bar Hibiscus is a wonderfully decadent mix of 60% Dark Belgian chocolate, crushed 100% Kona Coffee beans and real Hibiscus flowers.
Kona Chocolate Bars Vanilla
Made with the finest vanilla in the world, on account of it coming from a Tahitian grower who has won the prestigious Medalle D’Or (Gold) in Paris, France every year since 2007 Kona Chocolate Bar Vanilla boasts three very distinct notes – the smooth texture of milk chocolate, the satisfying crunch of 100% Kona coffee beans and the aromatic Tahitian vanilla. It is a truly magnificent creation.
Kona Chocolate Bars Raspberry
Featuring a brilliant combination of 60% dark Belgian chocolate, pure raspberry and 100% crushed Kona coffee, Kona Chocolate Bar Raspberry is absolutely divine.
Kona Chocolate Bars Macadamia
A sensational combination of Belgian milk chocolate, 100% crushed Kona Coffee beans and crushed macadamia nuts, Kona Chocolate Bar Macadamia is simply irresistible.
Kona Chocolate Bars Passionfruit
Also known as the ‘Lilikoi’ bar, Kona Chocolate Bar Passionfruit is a delicious collective of Belgian milk chocolate, 100% Kona coffee beans and passionfruit. It possesses a tang which will leave your tastebuds dancing with delight.
All these Kona Chocolate Bar is available to buy online in Australia in a box of 12 x 57 gram bars. We dispatch orders all over the country via either Fastway Couriers or Australia Post in a fully trackable manner.
When we launched our online international bulk confectionery store back in 2007 Moo-Lolly-Bar was one of the first companies to sell American Sodas in Australia.
Over the years we have dispatched orders of American Sodas to all states in the country including such far flung destinations as Winnellie (NT), Rosebery (Tas), Tom Price (WA), Clearview (SA) and Langwarrin (Vic) and during that time we have developed a loyal band of customers who regularly order these products from us.
One of the most common questions I get asked in emails from customers is ‘how much will the shipping cost’.
Well the short answer is that it will vary markedly depending on where you live.
For instance the cost postage when sending 48 cans of Dr Pepper to Tasmania, or 72 cans of Cherry Cola to Western Australia, will be significantly more than it would cost if we were sending them from our Sunshine Coast base, to other destinations in Queensland, or the Sydney CBD for example.
It you are interested in purchasing American Sodas in Australia please email us in the first instance so we can provide you with a specific quote for the cost of shipping.
American Sodas in Australia
At Moo-Lolly-Bar we offer a wide range of American Sodas in Australia including the following:
Invented by Brooklyn-born pharmacist Charles Alderton in the early 1880s Dr Pepper is one of the world’s oldest and most popular carbonated soft drinks. It is also by far and away the most popular of all American Sodas in Australia that we sell at Moo-Lolly-Bar.
Initially marketed as a brain tonic and energizing pick-me-up it has a unique taste and has been previously promoted as the ‘King of Beverages’.
Available in a pack of 24 cans for $60 you can also buy Dr Pepper Cherry in this format too, as well as Dr Pepper Retro bottles in a box of 24 x 335ml bottles for $82.50.
Coca Cola Cherry
Coca Cola Cherry is a cherry flavoured version of the world’s most popular soft drink. Launched in 1982 when the beverage was first tested at the World’s Fair it is still known to many by its original name of Cherry Coke.
You can buy it online in Australia at Moo-Lolly-Bar in a pack of 24 cans for $60.
A&W Root Beer
Launched in 1919 by Roy W Allen, A&W Root Beer is a popular brand of root beer which is primarily available in the USA and Canada. It is also one of the more popular American Sodas in Australia too.
In collaboration with Frank Wright the pair famously combined their initials to create the ‘A&W’ brand, which operated primarily through a restaurant chain founded in 1922 where the soft drink was first sold for five cents. Today the brands is owned by the Dr Pepper Snapple Group.
You can order 24 cans of A&W Root Beer for $60 at Moo-Lolly-Bar.
A&W Cream Soda
A&W Cream Soda was first introduced to market in 1986. Once famously promoted by Snoopy and Woodstock, characters from the Peanuts Gang comic strips written by Charles M. Schulz, the brand also partnered with Baywatch in 1994 for in-show placement on four different episodes where they appeared as sponsors of a boogie board contest, the winner of which would receive a year’s supply of the beverage.
At Moo-Lolly-Bar you can order 24 cans of A&W Cream Soda for $60.
Another brand that falls under the ownership of the Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Sunkist was invented in 1979, using the advertising slogan ‘fun, sun and the beach’ which was accompanied in TV and radio commercials by the Beach Boys’ hit single ‘Good Vibrations’ as its theme.
Best known for the Orange version which is popular around the world we offer such varieties as Sunkist Grape and Sunkist Strawberry. Both of which are available to buy in a pack of 24 cans for $60.
Originated in Germany around 1942 Fanta was initially created as an alternative to Coca Cola. A drink which could not be made in Nazi Germany as a consequence of a trading ban enforced by the Allies that made the souring of the syrup required to make it impossible.
Conceived as a fruit flavoured drink created from the ‘leftovers of leftovers’ – including apple fiber left over from cider presses and whey, a byproduct from cheese manufacture – it was made using only ingredients available in Germany at the time. However despite these innocuous origins the drink became an instant success.
Today there are currently around 90 flavours of Fanta sold in over 180 countries around the world. These include Fanta Grape, Fanta Pineapple and Fanta Strawberry, all of which you can buy at Moo-Lolly-Bar in a pack of 24 cans for $60.
Canada Dry is an iconic North American soda not just because it has been around seemingly forever but also because it changed the landscape of the carbonated beverage industry.
Invented by John J. McLaughlin, a Canadian pharmacist and chemist from Enniskillen, Ontario the ginger ale not only proved so popular (it was appointed to the Royal Household of the Governor General of Canada just three years after it was invented in 1904), it also pioneered a new way of production and distribution.
At that time corner drug stores were the main retail outlet for sodas and other such beverages. However McLaughlin changed all that through the development of mass bottling techniques and also the ingenious idea to serve his soft drink in places like ballparks and beaches where thousands of people congregated.
Continuing to blaze a trail of innovation Canada Dry was the first major soft drink company to put their beverage in a can. In addition they were also the first to introduce sugar-free drinks as well.
Canada Dry is available to buy in a pack of 24 cans for $60.
Frostie Blue Cream Soda
Made by the Homer Soda Company, Frostie Blue Cream is a delicious soda which has long since been a hit with cream soda lovers in the United States! Blessed with a gorgeous colour it also has a subtle cream flavour, finished with blueberry notes, that is absolutely delicious.
Made with pure cane sugar and bottled in a long neck glass bottles, you can buy a bulk box of 24 x 355ml bottles for $75 at Moo-Lolly-Bar.
Mr Q Cumber
On the face of it a sparkling cucumber beverage might appear to be somewhat of an unusual choice of soft drink but Mr Q Cumber is surprisingly popular. A refreshing drink that tastes like an ice cold cucumber it features just the right touch of tang and sweetness.
Perfect on its own or as a mixer for gin or vodka cocktails you can order Mr Q Cumber in a bulk box of 24 x 208ml bottles for $60 at Moo-Lolly-Bar.
Jelly Belly Soda
Jelly Belly might make the world’s favourite gourmet flavoured jelly bean but they also make a delicious range of Jelly Belly Sodas too. Naturally flavoured and made with real cane sugar they taste just like the label on the bottle – which consist of 100% recyclable glass bottles.
Amongst the flavours we offer are Crushed Pineapple, French Vanilla and Lemon Drop, all of which are available as a box of 24 x 355ml bottles for $79.50.
Virgil’s Natural Soda
Owned by Reed’s Inc, Virgil’s Natural Soda is the result of one man’s passion to create the finest soft drinks ever produced. That man is Ed Crowley, who has enjoyed a very successful career in the beverage industry. An award winning soft drink made naturally without caffeine or preservatives Virgil’s Natural Soda comes in a wide range of flavours including the most popular, Root Beer as well as Cream Soda, Black Cherry Cream Soda, and Real Cola Connoisseur, all of which are available to buy at Moo-Lolly-Bar as a box of 24 x 335ml bottles for $85.
Founded in 1950 by Joseph Lopez ‘El Güero’ and now owned by Novamex, Jarritos is a popular brand of soft drink in Mexico. Made in (often natural) fruit flavors and more carbonated than popular soft drinks from the rest of North America the brand name is the Spanish word for ‘little jug’, in homage to to the Mexican tradition of drinking water and other beverages in clay pottery jugs.
Available in a range of flavours including fruit punch, grapefruit, lime, mandarin, mango, Mexican cola, pineapple, strawberry, Tamarino and Guava, Jarrito Soda is available as a box of 24 x 370ml bottles for $75.
Snapple Iced Tea
Founded by Leonard Marsh, Hyman Golden and Arnold Greenberg in Long Island, New York in 1972, Snapple is a brand of tea and juice drinks now owned by the Dr Pepper Snapple Group. At Moo-Lolly-Bar we sell one of their most famous products – Snapple Iced Tea – in a range of flavours including Regular, Peach and Raspberry.
They are available in a box of 12 x 456ml bottles for $54.50.
Slush Puppie has been delighting the taste buds of millions of Americans since 1970. However it is more than just a tasty treat but rather a cool experience!
Simply dilute 1 cup of the blue raspberry syrup to make a delicious iced slush drink or ice lolly and enjoy.
Available in a box of 6 x 680ml bottles for $62.50.
Duff Energy Drink
Fans of The Simpsons will recognise Duff Energy Drink from the hugely popular animated television show.
A tasty orange flavoured energy drink which is often consumed by Homer, Barney and Moe, Duff Energy Drink contains a potent blend of Vitamin Bees, Taurine, Caffeine, Inositol, Guarana, and Panax Ginseng
You can buy a bulk box of 24 x 355ml cans of it for $75.
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