IF you’ve got a seriously sweet tooth then you’ll want to visit a new store that’s devoted entirely to Haribo.
Fans of the sweetie firm’s iconic Starmix, Tangfastics and Gold Bears will be like kids in a candy store at the opening next Tuesday.
MEN Media A new store that’s devoted entirely to Haribo is opening in Cheshire Oaks
MEN Media Fans of the sweetie firm’s iconic Tangfastics will be like kids in a candy store at the opening next Tuesday
The new store, located at Cheshire Oaks, north of Chester, is going to offer a range of gummy treats and merchandise – and there will even be a pick ‘n’ mix zone.
According to Cheshire Live, it will be the third outlet of its kind to exist in the country.
The German firm’s sweets have been a firm fixture in British cupboards since they first appeared on UK shelves in 1984.
Their edible hearts, rings, and cola bottles have even won fans like David Cameron and the Duchess Of Cambridge, as well as pop heart-throbs One Direction.
Rebecca Fox, Haribo’s retail manager, said: “After much planning, we’re thrilled to be bringing Haribo’s fun and unique personality to life once more – this time for shoppers at McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Cheshire Oaks.
“We opened our first outlet store in December 2017 and in November last year our York store opened its doors too – both are experiencing a great deal of success which we are hoping to replicate and build on.
“Once again we’re excited to showcase our much-loved range and to provide the perfect place for visitors to immerse themselves in the happy world of Haribo whilst enjoying everything that is on offer at the extensive outlet.”
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And Kenny Murray, Cheshire Oaks’ Centre Manager added: “We are thrilled to welcome Haribo to Cheshire Oaks, they are a fantastic addition and elevate our family friendly offering.
“We look forward to seeing the smiles on our guest’s faces as they experience the new store.”
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