The Natural Confectionary Company Cauldron Mix - only 39p per bag in Home Bargain! - HotUKDeals
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mmmmmmmmmmm ... sour.

Found in the Birkenhead store, they had boxes and boxes of them. Usually about £1.50 a bag. Decent best before as well for home bargain, September 2011.
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#1
Tesco had these for 35p, I stocked up :)
#2
For some reason they give me headaches, guess I'll have to stick with the artificial additive sweets...
Good deal though.
#3
I love most sour sweets but these actually taste pretty good and less processed than some sour sweets, if that makes any sense. They had the none sour jelly snakes for 99p so thought this was a bargain - bought 4 bags at lunch time today and ate 2 of them in the afternoon, god help my teeth ...
#4
These sweets have gelatine in them, which is a product from boiling animal skin and ones, not what I would call 'natural' (NB I ain't a veggie)
#5
if you like sour sweet try the toxic waste chewing gum in home bargains blows your head of
Smeeble
I love most sour sweets but these actually taste pretty good and less processed than some sour sweets, if that makes any sense. They had the none sour jelly snakes for 99p so thought this was a bargain - bought 4 bags at lunch time today and ate 2 of them in the afternoon, god help my teeth ...
#6
I had some of these yesterday and they are really nice!
#7
paul.jacobs
These sweets have gelatine in them, which is a product from boiling animal skin and ones, not what I would call 'natural' (NB I ain't a veggie)
The gelatine comes from cows. I'd call cows pretty natural.

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