Australia’s Rich Food and Lolly History Seen in 150-Year-Old Nestle Archives

 In Australia, Coles, Convenience, NewZealand, Petro, Woolworths
As a schoolgirl in the early ’70s, Toni Risson would buy a Cobber for a cent, nibble off the chocolate coating and try to make the chewy caramel last the half-hour wait for the train home.
"I see lollies as magic, as something that holds a very important place in our childhood memories," said Ms Risson, a social history researcher. "It’s wonderful that lollies like Minties and Fantales with a rich and long history are still sold today." Sydney Morning Herald – Read more…

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