Double Dip (confectionery)

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Double Dip
Swizzelstick and sherbet
Swizzelstick and sherbet in cherry and orange
TypeConfectionery
Place of originUnited Kingdom
Main ingredientsSherbet (powder)
VariationsCola
Food energy
(per 100 g serving)
1580.1kJ/371.8 kcal
Nutritional value
(per 100 g serving)
Protein0.0 g
Fat0.5 g
Carbohydrate93.6.[1] g
Similar dishesFun Dip
Other informationNutrition information is per 100g (One packet = 19g). Ingredients include 1.1g salt. Suitable for vegans.[1]

Double Dip is a confectionery produced by Swizzels Matlow,[2] where it has been popular in the United Kingdom, Australia and Norway. Towards the end of the 1980s Double Dip hit its peak of popularity when the sherbet based confection became the best selling sweet in Ireland.[3]

Product description[edit]

Double Dip consists of a sachet of two sherbet powders (orange and cherry flavoured), with a "swizzelstick" for dipping.

Ingredients[edit]

The sweet is suitable for coeliacs, vegans and vegetarians. The manufacturer gives the ingredients as "sugar, dextrose, acidity regulators, citric acid, malic acid, cornflour, sodium bicarbonate, modified starch, stearic acid, anticaking agent, magnesium carbonate, magnesium stearate, flavourings, colours: beetroot red, curcumin, lutein."[1]

Development[edit]

The idea for the product came from the company's desire to create a product that was distinct, unique, and interactive.[4]

Since the release of Double Dip, a cola flavour has been added. It started as a one off in a few packets, and then a special edition, and has since become a normal sachet in the packets.[3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Double Dip, nutritional info". swizzels.com. Swizzels Matlow. Retrieved 14 April 2020.
  2. ^ "Keeping the Love Hearts on the road". Logistics Manager. 21 May 2009. Archived from the original on 3 May 2013.
  3. ^ a b "Double Dip". snackhistory.com. Retrieved 14 April 2020.
  4. ^ Double Dip Archived December 15, 2014, at the Wayback Machine at snackmemory.com