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Do Fruit Bursts contain gluten?

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Amy

Hawke's Bay

Our Answer

Pascall Fruit Bursts (as well as Pascall Milkshakes and Pascall Minties) are Gluten Free.

— 21st October

Do Pascall Milkshakes contain peanuts?

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Jan

Wellington

Our Answer

Pascall Milkshakes do not contain Peanuts, however they do contain milk and may have traces of Soy.

— 21st October

Are Pascall Pineapple Lumps gluten free?

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Kathy

Wellington

Our Answer

Yes, Pascall Pineapple Lumps are Gluten Free.

— 21st October

How many lollies are there in a pascall party pack?

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Alexis

Auckland

Our Answer

The Family bag is 220g and the large bag is 450g. A random mix of lollies is packed into each bag – so depending on the mix, the number of lollies may change.

— 21st October

Hey Pascall, can you supply some products to help with a fundraiser? Thanks

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Anonymous

Auckland

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Thanks for your message. We get a number of donation requests and ask that they go through the link attached -http://www.cadbury.co.nz/en/about-cadbury/fundraising.aspx.
Just to let you know there is a standard response time for requests of around 4-5 weeks due to the high volume that we get through.
Thanks,
Pascall

— 21st October

How will we be able to tell the dairy free milk bottles from the old ones in Pascall Party Pack?

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marie snell

Hamilton - Waikato

Our Answer

On the Pascall Party Packs you can look on the ingredient information on the back of the pack and it will not contain milk as an allergen.

— 21st October

What are Pascall Marshmallows made from?

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Rose

Christchurch - Canterbury

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Pascall Marshmallows are currently made from Sugar, Wheat Glucose Syrup, Water, Gelatine, Corn Starch, Flavours, Colour.

— 21st October

Is the gelatine in Pascall Fruit Bursts Halal certified?

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Ahsan Mir

Central Otago

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The gelatin used in Pascall lollies is derived from Beef and it is halal certified.

— 21st October

Will the milk bottles still be tasty and chewy?

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Anne Nicholas

Auckland

Our Answer

After a lot of work, the Candy Research and Development team have developed a new Pascall Milk Bottle formulation that is similar. Even if a little different we think they are definitely still tasty!

— 21st October

What products in your range of Pascall lollies are Gluten Free?

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Blair Duffy

Taranaki

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Pascall Minties, Pascall Fruit Bursts and Pascall Milkshakes are all gluten free. If you are unsure you can always check the information panel on the back of the pack and it will always say what is included.

— 21st October

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