Welcome Home! Violet Crumble Returns To Aussie Ownership
It's the treat that everyone has fond memories of growing up with, and now the humble Violet Crumble is back in Aussie hands.
South Australian business Robern Menz, who already make FruChocs and Choc Honeycomb, have announced that they've signed an agreement with Nestlé to acquire the iconic brand.
With their classic purple and yellow
However, this new deal with Nestle won't include the famous Bertie Beetles chocolates, which are made using honeycomb left over from making Violet Crumble.
UK migrant Abel Hoadley set up A. Hoadley & Company in the
Hoadley’s Chocolates was sold to UK-based Rowntree Company in 1972.
Nestle then bought Rowntree in 1989 and has been making Violet Crumble in Campbellfield near Melbourne.