Candy Cones | Unique No. 1 Ice Cream Cone Shape Sweet

£1.99£24.99

Candy Cones pick and mix sweets are very much in the same league as chocolate white mice and chocolate flavoured fish and chips.

A favourite with both children and adults Hannah’s Candy Cones are an ice cream cone shaped strawberries and cream flavoured sweet that is delicious and smooth!

The sweets are a pink and yellow ish cream coloured and they’ll look great in your pick and mix.

Description

Candy Cones

Candy Cones pick and mix sweets are very much in the same league as chocolate white mice and chocolate flavoured fish and chips.

A favourite with both children and adults Hannah’s Candy Cones are an ice cream cone shaped strawberries and cream flavoured sweet that is delicious and smooth!

The sweets are a pink and yellow ish cream coloured and they’ll look great in your pick and mix.

Best Before:

At least 6 months.

Net Weight:

200g, 500g, 1kg, 1.8kg, 3kg.

Ingredients:

For allergens please see ingredients listed in bold.

Sugar, palm oil, whey powder (from milk), wheat flour (with added calcium, iron, niacin, thiamin), emulsifier: soya lecithin; flavourings, colours: carmine, carotenes.

Dietary Information:

Gelatine free.

Allergy Advice:

Contains milkwheat and soya.

Nutrition:

Table of Nutritional Information

Per 100g
Energy 2186kJ/522kcal
Fat 26.9g
– of which saturates 23.2g
Carbohydrate 66.4g
– of which sugars 53g
Protein 3.8g
Salt 0.25g

Manufactured by:

Tom Hannah Limited
Walkinshaw Works
Walkinshaw St
Johnstone
PA5 8AB

Country of origin:

Made in the U.K.

Packaging:

250g, 500g, 1kg and 1.8kg supplied in tag sealed food safe bags.  3kg Supplied in retail bag.

Storage:

Store in a cool and dry place.

History:

TOM Hannah, known to many as TPK, was born and raised in Greenock Road, Paisley, and was educated at Paisley Grammar School, which he left, aged 14, to join the family confectionery business.

He joined the army in 1939, taking his King’s Shilling at St Mirren Recruitment Centre in Paisley, and thereafter serving with the RAOC.

While stationed at Portsmouth he met his wife Amy and married in 1942. After the war he rejoined the family business, lived in Barrhead for a short time, and moved to Johnstone in 1950 where he spent the next 48 years.

In 1963 he founded Tom Hannah (Agencies) Ltd, importing and distributing confectionery, starting with a staff of three and growing steadily over the years.

He installed a manufacturing plant and expanding the business to the current level of 85 employees.

His hard work and sound business acumen laid the foundation for the solid structure of the company which is being continued by the next two generations.

He will be remembered in the confectionery industry as a respected and remarkable man who knew all there was to know about the business.

In his early days of living in Johnstone he stood for the town council as an independent candidate and completed 17 years service in that capacity, retiring at the time of local government re-organisation.

During this time he served as Provost of Johnstone for three years, as a magistrate. He was instrumental in negotiating the construction of Johnstone Swimming Pool.

He notably awarded Freedom of the Burgh of Johnstone.

He was a founder member of Johnstone Rotary Club, introducing the ”Thought for the Day” and achieving the Paul Harris Award for Fellowship.

Johnstone Silver Band and the Phoenix Operatic Society were both enthusiastically supported by him and he was Honorary President of both organisations.

Music was a great source of relaxation and enjoyment, especially the piano which he played well……….

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