Fruit Salad and Black Jacks Chews 1 Kilo Bag
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A social club was opened in the 1930s, providing a club room, snooker, darts, dancing and a drama section.  The company also provided a surgery with a full-time nurse and visiting doctor. The factory had a chiropodist and a fully equipped dental centre, with a dentist calling once a week. Barratt & Co. was established in London in 1848 by George Osborne Barratt. By 1906 it was the largest confectionery manufacturer in the world. 
Glucose syrup, Sugar, Palm Oil, Colour (Vegetable Carbon), Hydrolysed Pea Protein, Citric Acid, Aniseed Oil, Acidity Regulator ( Trisodium citrate). The Panel noted that the front label of the products featured the word ‘schnapps’, the alcohol strength statement and product descriptor. The Panel considered whether schnapps was a widely recognised alcohol descriptor and concluded that it was. The Panel also noted that ‘schnapps’ was in relatively large font and featured directly beneath the brand name. In light of these indicators, the Panel concluded that the alcoholic nature of the products was communicated with absolute clarity, and accordingly the complaint under Code rule 3.1 was not upheld.
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Barratt Black Jack and Fruit Salad Mix
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Beaded tong, vegetable tong, salad tong, wedding buffets, buffet tong, hostess gift, Gifts under 20 Dollars, beaded serving utensil The Panel first commented on the location of the product within the retail outlet because the complainant had made a point of saying the product was originally displayed away from the alcohol section. The Panel noted that the location of alcohol within a retail outlet was outside the producer’s control and was the retailer’s responsibility and therefore not subject to the Code. George Osborne's youngest son Albert (1860-1941) was chairman and managing director from 1911 to 1921. He was knighted in 1922 for public services. Sir Albert died on 28 November 1941 at his home (Totteridge Park, Hertfordshire) and is buried in the family grave at Highgate Cemetery.Seasonal calendar for fruit, vegetables, salad and culinary herbs - perpetual kitchen calendar for seasonal items - regional, seasonal - calendar as a poster It became a limited company in 1909, and was acquired by Bassett's in 1966, then by Cadbury Schweppes in 1989 and by Tangerine Confectionery (since renamed Valeo Confectionery) in 2008.