Based in Puriri, in the Wellington district, Whittaker’s is one of New Zealand’s premier chocolate makers. They make a wide range of top quality products including their popular chocolate blocks that have famously been promoted by Nigella Lawson, as well as their Artisan range too. But arguably their most popular brand is Whittakers Slabs.
Running the whole manufacturing process, from bean to bar, the basis for Whittakers Slabs is good quality chocolate and the use of the best possible ingredients.
Stylishly packaged, each of the slabs weigh 50 grams. This makes it is the perfect sized treat at work, or as an on-the-go snack.
Made by Johnsons Confectionery in Kogarah, a southern suburb of Sydney, the product is the company’s biggest and most popular seller. It is also one of our most popular selling lollipops here at Moo-Lolly-Bar too.
Featuring iconic red and green colours, Johnsons Original Rosey Apples is an old time favourite that has been made to a family recipe that has been unchanged for more than 30 years.
This involves making hard candy in the traditional, old fashioned way.
The most notable one of these sees a couple in bed who become progressively, and more outlandishly fresher in appearance, the more they chewy on the mints.
Launched in 2005, Eclipse Chewy Mints are hard-pressed, oval prism sugar free mints that instantly freshen your breath.
Packaged in a stylish recyclable steel tin that features a true hinge, as opposed to a living hinge that most other boxes mints have, the product has the phrase ‘powerful fresh breath’ printed on a raised metal plate on the inner surface of the lid.
Focusing on ‘bigger is better’ their range of products come in bulk sizes. This ranges from 750 gram bags to 6kg boxes.
Perfect for wholesale, retail or also customers who simply love lollies, their products serve a range of customer needs. One of the most common of which is to create a lolly buffet at a wedding, event or party.
Undoubtedly the coolest lolly in New Zealand, Pascall Eskimos Lollies are shaped like eskimos, that are wrapped up in an overcoat and mukluks, to stave off the cold.
Very soft to the bite and with a smooth texture, this lolly is a cross between a firm marshmallow and also a meringue. It comes in a range of pastel colours including pink, white, yellow and green.
Perfect for children’s parties, as kids love them, they also make great decorations on cakes and cupcakes.
Previously launched in Europe in 1969 under the name Refreshing Mints’ the product was innovative in its packaging. Featuring the now iconic small transparent plastic box with a hinge lid that is easily flipped open and shut.
Made by the Italian confectioner Ferrero, the brand name was changed to Tic Tacs in 1970. This was in honour of the distinctive sound the mints made when they are shaken in their container.
Originally, Tic Tacs were dyed specific colours to match their different flavours. However now, in many of the 100 countries in which they are sold in around the world, the transparent plastic boxes are coloured and the actual Tic Tacs are white.