An iconic English liquorice which has been around since 1614 and historically was always made in the town of Pontefract, near Leeds. Also used to be known as Pomfret Cake or Yorkshire Penny. These are a soft, chewy liquorice.
Treacle, glucose syrup, cornflour, invert sugar syrup, wheat flour (with added calcium carbonate; iron; niacin; thiamin), liquorice extract, modified potato starch, vegetable oils (coconut palm), flavouring, glazing agent (carnauba wax)
May also contain peanuts, nuts, milk, sesame seed