Fizzy Cola Bottles, Fried Eggs, Jelly Babies, Fizzy Dummies… who doesn’t love a good old gummy sweet now and again? Thankfully, we stock a scrumptious assortment of gummy sweets at great prices, sure to tantalise your (and your customers') taste buds. Other more obscure gummy sweets include Jelly Filled Brains, Jelly Bones, Giant Gum... Read More
Fizzy Cola Bottles, Fried Eggs, Jelly Babies, Fizzy Dummies… who doesn’t love a good old gummy sweet now and again? Thankfully, we stock a scrumptious assortment of gummy sweets at great prices, sure to tantalise your (and your customers') taste buds. Other more obscure gummy sweets include Jelly Filled Brains, Jelly Bones, Giant Gummy Sweets, Blue Twist Kisses – some sweets are even chilli flavoured! Our premium-quality wholesale gummy sweets are available in a slew of packaging styles, but are always at competitive, low trade prices.
Gummy Sweets Ingredients
Gum sweets and jelly sweets are created using a variety of raw ingredients, usually gelatine, sweeteners, flavourings, and colourings. This combination can then be sculpted in to just about any mould, rendering gummy sweets one of the most flexible, adaptable delicious delights ever made. Jelly sweets often low in calories and come in vibrant colours and are full of flavour. Gelatin is also found in soft caramels, marshmallows, liquorice, wine gums, pastilles, chocolate coated mallows in addition to a whole raft of other confectionery, since it gives sweets elasticity, the much-loved chewy texture, and a longer shelf life. Did you know? Gelatin has been used since the time of the Egyptian Pharaohs.
A Brief History of Gummy Sweets in the UK
The first gummy sweet was invented by Hans Riegel during the 1920s. Reigel was the owner of the German sweets company Haribo. When 1982 rolled around, Haribo created the first American made gummy candy.
By 1981, another German gummy sweets manufacturer Trolli chose to create the first ever gummi worm. In fact, this particular sweet has become incredibly popular in the confectionery world.
One of the most well-known jelly sweets around, Jelly Teddy Bears, were originally called dancing bears and used to be liquorice flavoured. Gum sweets - often in the shape of animals - are really popular, with jelly worms being firm favourites with sweet lovers in the US.
What Wholesale Gummy Sweets Brands Are Available?
Our selection of wholesale gummy and jelly sweets includes classics such as Jelly Babies, Foam Shrimps and, of course, who could forget Haribo Yellow Bellies? Our range of Dulce Plus 1kg bags are Halal verified.
With our impressive range of trade gummy sweets from leading makers such as Vidal, Haribo and Kingsway confectionery, we’re confident we can help your business grow both in product range but also revenue/profit with our low, competitive pricing. With old-fashioned favourites such as mini jelly babies and a scrumptious jelly mix, these are the lines that have been popular from the day that they started being produced. We are always looking for new additions so if there are any items that you can't find on our website, please let us know!
Another popular retro sweet manufacturer is Lutti. They make classics such as Milkshakes, Fizzy Mix and Jumbo Cherry Cola Bottles. These all come in a bulk 3kg weigh out wholesale bag. One of our best-selling products EVER is the wholesale fizzy blue bottles bag, a phenomenal success story that is seen being enjoyed by all ages all over the world! Foam, jelly and gummy confectionery is popular within the kids’ sector of the industry. These items are often seen in sweet shops in pick n mix bins so that people can enjoy a variety of flavours, shapes and sizes.
Halal Gummy Sweets without Gelatin
Halal approved gummy sweets are an ever-popular UK confectionery category and Appleton Sweets is delighted to be able to stock a selection of popular Halal candy, available to buy online.
Supplying Halal certified sweets in your shop could give you a real point of difference, as these days, there’s a growing number of customers wanting to purchase Halal sweets. Stock them in your store, and you can rest assured they’ll visit again and again, and spread the word to loved ones, too.Read Less