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Jersey Caramels are one of many classic old fashioned Lolly flavours available as checkout hang bags for budget buy impulse sales from our wholesale confectionery distributor Opera Foods.
Other classic lolly flavours include Hard Jubes, Licorice Allsorts, Mint Leaves, Jelly Beans, Snakes, Sour Worms, Party Mix, Caramel Popcorn etc.
All at recommended retail $2.50
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Pink & White Marshmallow Twists are a perfect colour scheme for a girls party lolly bar.
The Lolly Shop, wholesalers, offer bulk confectionery in 1kg bags at budget prices to enable you to stock a whole Lolly bar for your next Girls party.
The Lolly Shop also has a blue Series for boys Parties
Marshmallows are a classic favorite lolly and people of all ages will enjoy them.
Buy them at bulk prices now from confectionery wholesalers Opera Foods
Bulk Lollies from The Lolly Shop are a great bargain at Opera Foods’ Online Gourmet store and on special this month one of Australia’s Favourite classic confectionery products, Sour Worms. Sour Worms are a unique thing, people either love em or hate em. Most people love em. See the full blog entry on Bulk Lollies at Opera Foods Online Gourmet Store.
Australian confectionery supplier, The Lolly Shop, announces Choc Mint as a fresh new flavour for their popular range of boiled lollies or rock candy confectionery.
The rock candy range from The Lolly Shop have become classical Australian favourites over the years as their yummy flavours and beautifully presented jars are such perfect gifts.
Many people love to keep a small jar on their desk or handy in the cupboard to create smiles and help smooth over those people that really need a hug.
The Lolly Shop’s new range of boiled lollies or rock candy, will now include Rosey Apple, Raspberry Creams, Citrus Fruit Salad mix, Aniseed Humbugs, Peppermint Bullseyes, and Choc. Mint.
Some of Australia’s gourmet gift basket suppliers are already using these gorgeous lolly jars to add variety and fun to their gift baskets, so you might find them as a wonderfully well priced little, one-on-one, thank you gift, or as a sweet hello, for a friend.
Our 12 pack boxes of this gorgeous confectionery, including the new Choc Mint flavour and the mixed carton, will be shipping to Australian retailers from 22nd June.
For more information on The Lolly Shop’s rock candy confectionery range see Australian national wholesale food distributors Opera Foods Pty Ltd.
Australian gifts and homewares wholesaler Coastal Designs Decor has been appointed a distributor for The Lolly Shop.
Most of the products from The Lolly Shop are already sold through multi product category retailers who don’t actually specialise in confectionary. So why not have a distributor that already specialises in selling to a broad range of retailers. Coastal Designs Decor is a importer and nationwide wholesaler of budget priced home decorative accessories in a coastal, beach or nautical theme.
They also sell the widest range of decorative hand made Volkswagen Kombis and official Volkswagen approved diecast models in VW kombis and beetles. They carry other official Volkswagen memorabilia like desk clocks and Volkswagen USB ports distributing direct to a wide range of gift stores.
So gifts and Homewares stores that want to create a Lolly Shop section within their store for impulse buys, can now order The Lolly Shop brand stock with their regular gifts and home decor product stock.
Gifts and Homewares retailers can register at Coastal Designs Decor for Wholesale Access and then order online immediately in a special category there called The Lolly Shop
Bulk Wholesale supplier of old fashioned sweets, The Lolly Shop, has moved to a larger premises at Warners Bay NSW.
The Lolly Shop specialises in impulse buy packaged sweets for retailers and delivers Australia wide through their distributors.
See them at Fine Foods Sydney in september 2015