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24th September 2019

Sugar And Spice And All Things Nice

Harvey Nichols has launched a new range of traditional confectionary fashionably wrapped in stylish prints and vibrant colours, and designed to satisfy even the sweetest toothed amongst us.

The new collection features such classic flavours as sherbet lemons, chocolate limes and liquorice bonbons, each one inspired by the old fashioned sweet shops from childhood.

Alongside the packets of sweets, there’s also a selection of grown-up treats including sunflower and pumpkin seed or lemongrass and chilli peanut brittles, as well as rhubarb and custard, salted caramel or raspberry and coconut fudge.

“We are very excited to be launching a sweets category into our Own Label range,” explains Rob Graves, Head of Food & Beverage Buying at Harvey Nichols. “We have worked closely with amazing suppliers, such as Fudge Kitchen and Stockley’s, to create a classic collection of beautifully handcrafted fudge, brittle, toffees and boiled sweets.

“There are even some modern flavours, including the three cocktail sweets – Negroni Spritz Balls, Espresso Martini Suckers and Stripy Pisco Sours – and we hope our customers will love as much as we do.”

Available now from the Foodmarket at the luxury Mailbox store, the new classic packets are priced at £3.95 while the fudges and brittles cost £6.95.

Harvey Nichols Brittle