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Liquorice Allsorts are loved by thousands but the original and the best Liquorice Allsorts are made by Bassett's.
First produced by Bassett's in Sheffield, England, Liquorice Allsorts were discovered in 1899, when Charlie Thompson, a sales representative, supposedly dropped a tray of mixed sweet samples he was showing a client. While scrambling to re-arrange them, the client was intrigued by the new creation and it wasn't long before Bassett's began to mass-produce the allsorts. They are still as popular today as when first "discovered".
|Ingredients||Sugar, treacle, glucose syrup, wheat flour, desiccated coconut, caramel, gelatine, modified maize starch, cornflour, fat-reduced cocoa, liquorice extract, modified potato starch, flavourings, colours (E150a, E120, E100, E171, E132, E160e), glazing agents (vegetable oil, carnauba wax). Contains sulphites. May contain traces of milk.|
|Country of Origin||Product of England|
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