Australian confectionary brand Life Savers make an epic comeback with a new range of lollies and chocolate
- Aussies can once again get their hands on Life Savers lollies to enjoy
- The confectionary brand has released a range of new lollies and chocolate treats
- The range includes packets if fruit tingles, jelly beans and gummy rings
- The new products are available at Coles, Woolworths and IGA stores nationwide
Iconic Australian confectionary brand Life Savers has delighted shoppers by releasing a range of new flavours and chocolate treats.
Customers across the country can take a trip down memory lane with the selection of seven different products embracing the nostalgic flavours – including Life Savers STIX Sherbert Fizz, Life Savers Fruit Tingles and Life Savers Gummy Rings Duo.
There’s also green apple and raspberry flavoured tubes, jelly beans, gummy fruit pastilles and chocolate balls.
The new Life Savers packets cost between $4 and $5 with all options are now available in Coles, Woolworths and IGA.
Customers around Australia can take a trip down memory lane as confectionary brand Life Savers has released a range of new flavours and chocolate treats (pictured)
The new Life Savers packets cost between $4 and $5 with all options are now available in Coles, Woolworths and IGA
The Life Savers Gummy Rings Duo and Life Savers Jelly Beans will likely be popular among customers, offering the classic five flavours of raspberry, pineapple, orange, watermelon, and blackcurrant in different forms.
For the first time, shoppers can also get their hands on Life Savers Fruit Tingles Chocolate Balls and Chocolate Blocks combined with Darrell Lea Milk Chocolate.
Aimee Cutajar, Senior Marketing Manager at Life Savers said: ‘There’s nothing like a Life Saver to take you back to childhood.’
‘We know Life Savers serve a very special place in the hearts of generations of Aussies, and we hope that as we kick off a new century, children and adults alike now get to enjoy a twist on the original as much as we enjoyed creating it.’
The Life Savers Gummy Rings Duo (pictured) and Life Savers 5 Flavours Jelly Beans will likely be popular among customers
Today, Life Savers is made in Australia with more than 11 million packs of this lovable lolly produced and sold each year
Life Savers was originally created by Clarence Crane in 1912 in the USA, but thousands of Aussies fell in love with the sweet candy too.
The first Life Savers factory was established in Australia in 1921 on Parramatta Road in Sydney and over the years a multitude of new flavours were introduced.
Today, Life Savers is made in Australia with more than 11 million packs of this lovable lolly produced and sold each year.
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