The UK’s leading confectionery wholesaler, Hancocks, has added colourful new licensed character dispensers to its popular PEZ collection.
The PEZ Best of Nintendo pack now includes popular character Luigi, alongside Mario, Yoshi and Donkey Kong. They cost £10.99 for 12 packs, each of which contains one fun dispenser and two individually wrapped PEZ refill sweets.
These are the perfect impulse item, especially when displayed in a prominent location to encourage interest. Retailing at £1.49 per unit, sellers can expect to make profits of over 25%.
There are also four characters to collect in the PEZ Marvel Avengers range, the latest addition being the Black Panther dispenser.
Also coming in at £10.99 for 12 packs, each contain one dispenser and also include Iron Man, Captain America and Hulk designs, and two tubes of PEZ refill sweets.
Pez Disney Animals are a firm favourite among children and adults alike, including the loved characters, Dumbo, Simba, Bambi and a 101 Dalmatian dog.
All available in cases of 12, each pack contains one character designed dispenser and two individually wrapped tubes of PEZ refill sweets.
Chris Smith, Marketing Communications Manager at Hancocks said: “PEZ has always been popular with retailers and shoppers. They are a fun, novelty collectible item which kids love playing with and adults love to collect.
“Particularly popular when displayed near pay points, retailers can also purchase the PEZ Semi Circular Stand to display products in an engaging and organised way.
“PEZ have a long history of being loved since their initial launch in the 1930’s and certain designs have become collectible items over the years, which is always a bonus.”
Hancocks is the UKs 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.