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Mum's Say Trial: The Natural Confectionery Company

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The Natural Confectionery Company is synonymous with providing Irish Mums with a treat that all the family can enjoy’. Their bagged range of jellies are made with no artificial colours or no artificial flavours.
Not only is the range of six jellies a firm favourite with Irish mums and children but it tastes great too and you can trust The Natural Confectionery Company to have your families best interests at heart.
At the heart of the range are six bags of jellies which are not only fun and playful but the range is also a trigger for imaginative fun.  Each bag is jam packed with unique character shapes including Snakes, Squirms (the sour ones), Jungle Jellies, Party Mix, Wild Things and Dino.  
We are looking for 48 mums who would like to trial The Natural Confectionery Company. If you would like to try this product for our Mum’s Say Trial, simply join this group and leave a comment below. In the case where we are over-subscribed, we will select 48 mums at random. 
Recruitment for this group is now closed.  
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RE: Mum's Say Trial: The Natural Confectionery Company
August 28, 2013
First of all would like to say a big thanks for choosing us to do this trial, my kids were so excited looking out for the postman every morning waiting on this surprise package to arrive. Of course when we received them they wanted them all open... I have purchased these before but never the jelly squirms as i thought these would be sour my surprise i have to say now they are actually my favourite and having no artifical colourings or flavours makes them all the better. My kids thought these were also good and had great fun playing with them first and then eating them up..sucking them in like spaghetti.

Thanks again
RE: Mum's Say Trial: The Natural Confectionery Company
August 25, 2013
We had tons of fun doing this one. The kids love Natural Confectionery Jellies so they were a fantastic bribing tool Wink

We don't often give the kids sweet treats but when I do it's usually these jellies as they love them, particularly the jelly snakes.

We had great fun making them wriggle into their mouths and aaallllll the way down to their tummies. They loved the snakes the best I think. They'd never had the Squirms before and I wasn't keen on giving them to them due to the amount of sugar but it was an extra special treat and to be honest mummy and daddy just had tons of fun with the funny faces that were made.

The reason I have and will continue to buy them is because there are no artifical colours or preservatives. Previoulsy I would have been a haribo girl but now I buy Natural Confectionery because of the kids. It's nice to have a little treat to look forward to at the weekends.
RE: Mum's Say Trial: The Natural Confectionery Company
August 20, 2013
wiould love to trial this product - I havent tried my son with jellies before
RE: Mum's Say Trial: The Natural Confectionery Company
August 19, 2013
Would love to be part of this trial. My little man loves jellies so much and these would be my choice to give him.
RE: Mum's Say Trial: The Natural Confectionery Company
August 07, 2013
Well done to everyone who's been lucky e ought to be selected, can't wait to read your reviews.



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