Social Media Campaign Brings Back Allen’s Jelly Tots

Social Media Campaign Brings Back Allen’s Jelly Tots
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Allens lollies have ‘caved’ to a social media campaign calling for Jelly Tots to be reinstated.

The revamped treats will contain no artificial colours, as well as a portion suggestion on their packs to “help Australians better manage their energy intake and understand the ingredients in their food”.

The Bring BACK Allens Jelly Tots — Tiny Tots page — which only has 395 fans but managed to convince Allens will no doubt be happy the product is back.

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We did it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We did it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Although they may not be exactly like the old ones, we did…

Posted by Bring BACK Allens Jelly Tots – Tiny Tots on Monday, 17 August 2015

Two weeks a Facebook push caused Golden Gaytime to launch a 1.25L version of the ice-creamThe Golden Gaytime Icecream Tub Project Facebook page, has over 3,000 followers and an enthusiastic ‘leader’. 

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