Maynards Bassetts

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Maynards Bassetts
Maynards Bassetts logo.png
Product typeConfectionery
OwnerMondelez International
CountryUnited Kingdom
Introduced2016

Maynards Bassetts is a UK brand of confectionery owned by Mondelez International, introduced in 2016.[1] The brand was created to merge its existing Maynards and Bassett's brands, which the company came to own following its purchase of Cadbury in 2010.

Products[edit]

Maynards Wine Gums
Maynards Sour Patch Kids
  • Maynards Sour Chillers
  • Maynards Juicy Squirts Berry
  • Maynards Blush Berries
  • Maynards Blackberry Bushels
  • Maynards Orange Twists
  • Maynards Sour Grapes
  • Maynards Granny Smith
Liquorice allsorts
  • Liquorice Allsorts
    • Fruit Allsorts
    • Dessert Allsorts
    • Sports Mixture
  • Jelly Babies
    • Milky Babies
    • Fruity Babies
    • Party Babies
  • Sherbet Lemons
  • Fruit Bonbons
    • Lemon Bonbons
  • Pear Drops
  • Dolly mixture
  • Sweetshop Favourites
  • Murray Mints
  • Mint Creams
  • Mint Favourites
  • Traditional Wine Gums (discontinued)
  • Traditional Wine Gums (New recipe...)
  • Imperials
    • Imperials Spearmint
  • Everton Mints
  • Animal Mix
  • Snakes
  • Sour Squirms
  • and assorted toffees

References[edit]

  1. ^ Roderick, Leonie (22 January 2016). "Mondelez relaunches 'Maynards Bassetts' as one brand in adult candy push". Marketing Week. Retrieved 2 May 2017.
  2. ^ Montgomery, Angus (22 January 2016). "Maynards and Bassetts unite to form new "adult candy" brand". Design Week. Retrieved 2 May 2017.