Pascall (company)

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Founded 1938
Parent Mondelez International
A bag of Pineapple Lumps.

Pascall is an Australian and New Zealand confectionery brand owned by Cadbury, which is now owned by Mondelēz International. The company is known for making Clinkers and Pineapple Lumps.[1]


Pascall products were first produced as a joint venture between the Cadbury Brothers and James Pascall at the Cadbury factory in Tasmania, Australia. In 1938, Pascall products commenced production in New Zealand. In 1981, Australian Pascall production moved from Tasmania to Melbourne.[2] In New Zealand, most of the products produced by Pascall were made at their own factory in Avondale, Auckland until December 2009, when the factory was closed down and production moved to the Cadbury factory in Dunedin and to factories in Australia and Thailand. The response to the changes has not been popular with New Zealanders, claiming that the Thai made Minties are much softer and do not taste the same.[3]

Current products[edit]

Former products[edit]

  • Country Mints
  • JayBees (Jelly Beans)
  • Pebbles (now produced by Cadbury)
  • Snifters
  • Sparkles
  • Tangy Fruits
  • Blackberries & Raspberries
  • Liquorice Chews, Spearmint Chews, Chocolate Chews


  1. ^ Cadbury NZ Pascall Pineapple Lumps
  2. ^ History, The Collaboration Factory. Cadbury Website, accessed 7 October 2011.
  3. ^ "Confectionery maker Cadbury has changed the formula of another New Zealand favourite". 
  4. ^ Purdy, Chris (24 April 2009). "Prickly kiwis don't take to woman's complaint". The Daily Gleaner. p. A8. Retrieved 2009-04-24. 

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