Millar Pan Drops 12X180G
About this deal
Millar's of Broxburn, the 161year-old maker of mints, caramels and boiled sweets, joins toffee-maker McCowan's of Stenhousemuir under the management of Graham Wallace and Andy Allan, in the second rescue of one of Scotland's oldest-established sweet brands within seven weeks. All foods are fine within the context of a balanced diet, but this is a good way to get more volume of food for your calories!
Millar Sweets are a UK Confectionery brand that produces hard boiled sweets and mints to its consumers with its range including Chocolate Eclairs and Dark Chocolate Mint Creams.We were very confident doing McCowan's on its own but having said that we are much more confident with the combination of the two. Typical jobs: hospital/ward nurse, waitressing in a busy restaurant, cleaner, porter, labourer/construction worker, gardener, farm worker. It now plans to open a new confectionery plant in Livingston as a result it its acquisition, which will create up to 20 new jobs, and hopes to be producing Pan Drops again by April of next year.
ONE of Scotland's oldest confectionery brands has been saved after being bought out of administration by Nisha Enterprises. These adverts enable local businesses to get in front of their target audience – the local community. McCowan's Highland Toffee and Wham Bar brands were sold earlier to Tangerine Confectionery for an undisclosed sum. We track calories and 7 key nutrients - carbs, sugar, fibre, protein, fat, saturated fat and sodium. Scottish Grocer, Scotland’s leading magazine for the convenience retailing sector, has kept Scotland’s local food and drink retailers up to date for nearly a century.The company already has a number of leading brands in its portfolio including Nisha's, Golden Cross and Johnny's Onion Rings, which are available throughout the UK and Europe. The image and product information have been prepared for illustration and information purposes only and may differ from that shown. Millar Sweets had been going for 150 years until 2006 but they were repurchased in 2011 by Nisha Enterprises and they have been expanding their product range ever since. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. A team led by Graham Wallace and Andy Allan has bought Broxburn-based John Millar and Sons, which includes Pan Drops in its products.