Flump (sweet)

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Flump
Flump (blue).jpg
A Flump with an added colour
Type Confectionery
Place of origin United Kingdom
Created by Barratt
Main ingredients Glucose fructose corn syrup, sugar, water, gelatin, cornflour
Cookbook: Flump  Media: Flump

A Flump is a British sweet made of marshmallow. The sweet is a combination of pink, yellow, white and blue marshmallow, which has the appearance of a twisted helix. Flump sweets are sold in the United Kingdom and are made by the confectioner Barratt. They consist of glucose-fructose syrup, sugar, gelatin, cornflour, natural flavouring, and natural colours (Riboflavin, Cochineal). These are reputed as one of the best British confectionery due to winning the British Flump Award.[1]

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