• Natural Confectionery Co. brand has launched its 50% Less Sugar lollies range in Berry Wave and Tropical Blast flavours.
    Natural Confectionery Co. brand has launched its 50% Less Sugar lollies range in Berry Wave and Tropical Blast flavours.
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Mondelēz Australia’s Natural Confectionery Co. brand has created a better-for-you lolly option, launching its 50% Less Sugar lollies range in Berry Wave and Tropical Blast flavours.

The new Aussie made jellies contain 50 per cent less sugar compared to the average amount of sugar present in leading candy jelly products. Backed with a 4.5 Health Star Rating and no artificial colours, flavours or sweeteners, the new range is the perfect treat your tastebuds will love.

The Natural Confectionery 50% Less Sugar Tropical Blast Lollies feature flavours of Mango, Lime, and Boysenberry in shapes including a tiger, a leaf, and a lightning bolt.
The Berry Wave Lollies include Raspberry, Blackcurrant and Mixed Berry flavoured jellies, in world, wave, and whale shapes.

Mondelēz senior marketing manager Candy ANZ Amy Richards said, “Through the launch of the 50% Less Sugar range, we are delivering better-for-you lollies as consumers become more focused on health and well-being.

The Natural Confectionery Co. 50% Less Sugar lollies in Berry Blast and Tropical Blast flavours are available at Woolworths, Coles, independents and petrol and convenience stores for RRP $5.00.

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Applications for the 2024 APCO Annual Awards are now open, and are open to all of industry to apply.