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Friars Aniseed Balls

Code: 5060402026287
  • £8.50

Aniseed balls are a traditional favourite, balls of hard confectionery with a strong aniseed flavour. Comes in a white gift box with ribbon tie.

240 sweets on average per box.

600g℮

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We ONLY dispatch orders Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays).

Currently we only deliver within the UK, Isle of Man and Channel Islands

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Dextrose, Sugar, Maize Starch, Rape Seed, Modified Maize Starch, Flavouring, Aniseed Oil, Colours: E129, E151; Glazing Agent: Carnauba Wax.

May contain traces of MilkSoya, GlutenEgg, Peanuts and other Nuts.

Allergen & Dietary Advice:

Suitable for Vegans

Suitable for Vegetarians

Contains Gluten

Contains Milk or Milk Derivatives

Contains Eggs or Egg Derivatives

Contains Peanuts

Contains Other Nuts

Contains Soya

Contains Sulphur Dioxide or Sulphites

Contains Mustard

Contains Celery

Contains Alcohol

Contains Artificial Colours

Contains Artificial Flavours

Review Summary - 4.5 out of 5 based on 2 ratings.
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Haven't seen these in years. Was one of my father's favourite sweets

September 13, 2019 | Colin Crouch

Sweets were fab !!Lovely packaging and the personalised message made the gift more special . Would of rated 5 but the box was damaged/squashed on one side as no packaging on that side but will def use again

July 5, 2019 | Nicola Hemmings

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