Foxs Glacier Fruits Price Marked (130g)

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Product information

For a classic boiled sweet, try Foxs Glacier Fruits, which have been delighting adults and children alike since 1897.

Each pack contains six mouth watering flavours: blackcurrant, strawberry, raspberry, lemon, lime, and orange.

Made with concentrated fruit juice, using only the best ingredients, these sweets contain no artificial colours or flavours and are suitable for vegetarians too.

One of our Foxs branded products.

Ingredients

Glucose Syrup, Sugar, Acid (Lactic Acid), Fruit Juice Concentrates (Orange, Blackcurrant, Strawberry, Raspberry, Lime, Lemon), Flavourings, Colours (Anthocyanins, Carotenes, Curcumin, Chlorophyll, Copper Chlorophyll), Acidity Regulator (Sodium Lactate).

Lifestyle / Additives

  • Free From Artificial Colours, Free From Artificial Flavours.
  • Suitable for Vegans.

Nutritional information

Typical ValuesPer 100g
Energy1621 kJ/381 kcal
Fat0 g
of which saturates0 g
Carbohydrate95.4 g
of which sugars71.2 g
Fibre0 g
Protein0 g
Salt0.39 g

Storage Instructions

  1. Storage Type: Ambient.
  2. Store in a Cool Dry Place Away from Direct Sunlight
  3. Pack Type: Bag.

Product reviews

5 starsRobert from Poland on

Foxs glacier fruit boiled sweets are a very tasty traditional sweet and at only 1 per packet how can you possibly go wrong!! Every sweet is individually wrapped in its own greaseproof blanket stopping the packet from sticking together in a collective mass!! Each different sweet is distinctive in its fruit flavour!! In a blind taste test you can actually tell the fruit flavour!! lovely treat

5 starsKatharyn from United States on

I love these! I tried them on a work trip to Ireland and Ive been a huge fan ever since. I describe them to people at work as a much better, more natural flavored jolly rancher. The flavors are still very sweet, but subtle and they taste more like a fruit than American hard candy. Like other reviewers my favorite flavors are grape and black currant. The one criticism I have of these is that the packaging in the candies is somewhat opaque, so you dont know what flavor you have until you open it.

5 starsTina from United States on

Foxs Glacier Fruits is a timeless British classic when it comes to hard-boiled candies. I become nostalgic every time I pop one in my mouth. I used to love the raspberry and blackcurrant flavors as a child and my favorites haven't changed one bit after all these years. They are smooth and mouth-watering, leaving you feeling refreshed. Glacier Fruits will never go out of style,

5 starsMinna from Finland on

These might be my new favourite hard candies! The blackcurrant flavour is really nice and comforting. The candies melt in your mouth slowly and smoothly. Sometimes hard candies tend to shear or break into shards sharp enough to pierce through reality itself, but not these ones. Sadly, the lime flavoured ones are strange. They immediately produce a rather strong, burning or caustic sensation on the tongue. I was not the only one having this exact complaint about this particular flavour.

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