It’s time to celebrate, lolly lovers! The Natural Confectionery Co. has bought a delicious addition to its range, with the launch of its new 25% Less Sugar Jellies!

We are giving away FIVE fun-filled treat hampers, which each include a delicious supply of the new 25% Less Sugar Jellies from The Natural Confectionery Co. PLUS a $100 RedBalloon voucher.

Over the past three years, a dedicated team of local lolly makers from The Natural Confectionery Co. in Scoresby, Victoria, have been trying to achieve the impossible and finally cracked it – they’ve created a jelly that is lower in sugar and tastes great!

With 25% less sugar than other leading Candy Jelly brands, these jellies contain no artificial colours, flavours or sweeteners. Available in delicious new variants such as Snakes, Frogs & Fruit Basket these great tasting jellies are bursting with fruit flavour!

Treat your family and friends to loads of fun, thanks to the launch of the new 25% Less Sugar Jellies from The Natural Confectionery Co. with an experience from RedBalloon! From theme parks to whale watching or a trip to the movies, this prize is sure to bring a smile to everyone’s faces.

Please note this competition is open from 7 September 2018 until 1 October 2018 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. M. Evans - NSW
  2. C. Thomas - VIC
  3. S. Furminger - QLD
  4. D. Wurst - QLD
  5. S. Deubler - NSW

  • Seriously the goal is a reality for many. Disneyland of course. I think the buzz and excitement would be exhausting and we would need to take along a few sugary treats to pull us through all the excitement.

  • I would love a weekend away free from electronics with my teenagers, to reconnect.

  • The only trips we can afford are camping ones so we try to find places that have playgrounds or activities for kids. The Big 4 in Umina NSW has been the best one so far with pools with slides and jumping pillows.

  • It was Earth Hour that night,
    We turned off every light,
    Went upstairs to the moonlight bright,
    And had an awesome pillow fight. . . .
    . . . sometimes the simplest things are just right!!

  • I would love to go ice skating one day even if it’s just at an indoor ice rink.
    I’ve always wanted to try it and it would be such a fun family experience.

  • Picnics and hikes do it for us,
    Our fun isn’t fussed!
    Imagination and discovering outdoors,
    It’s what we adore.

  • I would love to take my family to the theme parks on the Gold coast, we are yet to go as a family so it would be absolutely fabulous!

  • I would love to take my little family to the underwater aquarium. Can’t wait until my baby is old enough to gaze in wonder at the amazing aquatic life Australia has to offer!

  • Our ultimate fun experience so far would be our holiday to Cervantes. My daughter and I played in the waves while my husband took photos of the sunset.

  • Ten pin bowling is always a fun experience for our family. Lots of laughter and friendly competition with some exercise thrown in. Affordable and unaffected by the weather. Fun with a capital F.

  • We went to Waterbom Park in Bali with the kids. They had a total blast and all of us (except dad, who spent the time by the pool bar!) were exhausted at the end of the day, but in the best possible way!

  • I would love to take us on a journey together and with financial constraints this hasn’t happened. Perhaps a hot air balloon experience?

  • We’ve never been on a holiday so ours would be to go to Disneyland so my kids could dance at the workshops there. It’s the dream!

  • Last school holidays my family did 6 weeks of outback adventure, camping and 4WDring through outback Queensland and the Northern Territory. It was the holiday memories are made of, we visited Kakadu, Darwin, Cape York Peninsula and many, many other amazing places.

  • The ultimate fun experience for our family is any experience where food features, whether it’s a tour through a chocolate factory or a hands on cooking class

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