Embark on a Sweet Adventure: The Fascinating Tale of Jelly Babies
Step into the world of Duncan’s Sweet Shop, where sugary delights await at every corner. In this treat-filled journey, we’re uncovering the captivating history of a beloved confectionery icon – Jelly Babies.
Jelly Babies: Tracing the Origins
Jelly Babies, the charming, baby-shaped sweets adored by millions, made their first appearance in Lancashire in 1864, produced by Fryers. Known as “Unclaimed Babies,” they quickly became a national favourite.
Jelly Babies: The Journey through Time
With Bassett’s of Sheffield adopting them in the 1950s, Jelly Babies saw a reinvention and a new name that would cement their place in the annals of candy history.
The Diverse World of Jelly Babies
In the modern era, Jelly Babies have evolved into a delightful assortment of flavours and styles. At Duncan’s Sweet Shop, we’re proud to showcase a selection of these mouth-watering variations.
Experience a zesty spin on a classic favourite with our Fizzy Blue Jelly Babies. The familiar chewy delight pairs perfectly with a zingy burst of fizz.
Tickle your tastebuds with our Vimto Jelly Babies. The traditional Jelly Baby experience meets a distinctively Vimto twist, creating a gourmet confectionery adventure.
Our Haribo Little Jelly Babies pack all the sugary satisfaction of Jelly Babies into bite-sized delights. They’re perfect for those who enjoy their treats in small, yet flavour-packed doses.
Joining our miniatures collection are Bonds Mini Jelly Babies, bite-sized gems that are perfect for on-the-go snacking or sharing with loved ones.
For those unafraid to try something unique, we recommend Millions Iron Bru Jelly Babies. Marrying the distinct taste of Iron Bru with Jelly Babies, this variety is for the adventurous sweet aficionados.
Your Sweet Journey Begins at Duncan’s Sweet Shop
Duncan’s Sweet Shop is more than just a store – it’s a paradise for anyone with a sweet tooth. Come, indulge in our collection of Jelly Babies and other treats, and taste the love and history that goes into every piece.