Bulla and Natural Confectionery Co partner for new icy pole range
Mondelez International’s Natural Confectionery Co has partnered with Bulla to release a ice block range.
The new Natural Confectionery Co “Jelly Pops” include jelly covered in an ice block mixture. Two flavours are available in the range; raspberry and blackcurrant.
Mondelez says the ice blocks contain no artificial colours or flavours and are “great for small hands or big people looking for a small treat”.
It is not the first time Bulla and Mondelez International have worked together. Since 2014, Bulla has helped manufacture Mondelez’s Cadbury branded ice creams sold in Australia.
Daria Kargopoltseva, Brand Manager – Licenced, of Bulla Dairy Foods, said Bulla was thrilled to continue its work with Mondelez.
“We look forward to consumers enjoying these frozen jelly treats with their family and friends throughout the summer and all year long,” Kargopoltseva said.
The Natural Confectionery Co Jelly Pops are available now from supermarkets across Australia. The recommended retail price is AUD $6.15 for a pack of 10 “mini-sticks”.
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