Hancocks launches Christmas pick and mix

Hancocks launches Christmas pick and mix

Posted 15 October, 2021 at 09:30

Author Mark Bradshaw on behalf of (ISW) Independent Shop Watch

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The UKs leading confectionery wholesaler, Hancocks, is providing an unrivalled selection of Christmas pick & mix for 2021.

Available both online and in store, the sweet specialists are unveiling a huge selection of brand new festive treats as well as some nostalgic favourites. 

Following a Christmas filled with restrictions, Hancocks is keen to share their mouth watering festive offerings with retailers to help customers looking to go all out this year.

The Christmas gifting opportunity is huge for retailers and pick & mix ranges offer customers the variety, choice and personal in store experience they love.

Brand new in the Pick & Mix selection are Santa Mallows, Christmas Tree mallows and Jelly Snowflakes, all impressing with their delicious flavours and festive appearance. 

Also available from the Christmas mallow range are Vanilla Snowmen and Snowflake Mallows and Vanilla Mallow Trees. 

Due to be in demand among customers of all ages is Hancocks jelly pick & mix range, including Snowmen in Hats, Jelly Elf, Jelly Reindeer Heads, Foam Penguins and Vegan Fruit Reindeers. 

Hancocks impress year on year with their classic Christmas pick & mix and this year they are adding a range of individually wrapped chocolates to their offering.

Crème Filled Golden Bears, Crème Filled Santa Twists, Santa Belt Foil Chocolate Coins and Nutcracker Crème Filled Chocolate are sure to grab attention due to their festive wrapping, making for perfect stocking fillers. 

Whether a brussel sprout lover or hater, Hancocks 3kg Foiled Milk Chocolate Sprouts are a delicious conversation starter. A bag of these little festive treats would work perfectly as a novelty gifting idea. 

For customers looking to take home a huge range of festive Pick & Mix favourites, Hancocks are now offering the new 850g Giant Share Bag of Pick & Mix’d Winter Mix.

Hancocks offers a variety of packaging solutions, including Festive themed Sweet Boxes with Santa and Snowflake designs. As well as a selection of window boxes and pizza boxes.

Colourful printed cone bags will be launching in October and offer a fun way for customers to carry their pick & mix selection. 

Chris Smith, Marketing Communications Manager at Hancocks said: “Christmas is all about bringing people together and that's exactly what we want to encourage with our pick & mix range, especially this year as customers can enjoy a Christmas filled with family and friends.

“Retailers can encourage pick and mix gifting through creating their own bags from the range or encouraging customers to create personalised bags for friends and family. They work as a great gift or party favour. 

“Our huge range is sure to impress both retailers and customers, what better than lots of festive shaped sweets to eat around the Christmas period!”

Hancocks is the UK’s leading confectionery wholesaler with 14 nationwide cash and carry stores and an online channel www.hancocks.co.uk where customers can shop online 24/7 with delivery to the door or click and collect options.

Hancocks is the one stop shop for confectionery for over 25,000 independent retailers and the partner of choice for over 250 suppliers from across the globe.

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