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Nestle ceases production of Marella Jubes

Nestle has ceased production of Marella Jubes in Australia.

The company stopped selling the fruit gums in June 2018, following a decline in consumer demand.

A spokesperson from Nestle said: “We deleted Marella Jubes in June because demand had dwindled as lolly fans have switched their loyalty to other products in our range”.

“We’ve added a number of new products this year, including an Allen’s chocolate range, two new lollies based on iconic Peter’s ice cream brands, and a new fruit and cream lolly after a vote by lolly lovers,” the spokesperson said.

Nestle various ranges launched this year include a limited edition chocolate block ‘Allen’s inspired by Freckles’, which is available exclusively at Coles, ice cream inspired Frosty Fruits and Drumstick lollies available nationwide and the result of a nationwide vote – ‘Allen’s Fruits and Cream Mix’ which includes fan favourite Blackberry and Cream lolly.

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3 Responses to Nestle ceases production of Marella Jubes

  1. Chris Charles October 10, 2018 at 6:17 am #

    I don’t see how there was a decline in sales. I have been buying them in bulk gor many years. I bought them from Big W where they were always running out, from my local IGA where they were always running out, from my local newsagent where they were always running out. I used to buy them for my staff who wouldvest them during thdvsftrrnon ehdn thry needed an energy boost, I had always a packet in my car. My family all love them as well as my staff.
    I don’t see any of your new range moving, I don’t like them at all.
    Please bring back the Marcellas.

  2. LEONIE Millane January 6, 2019 at 7:30 pm #

    I’ve been eating Marbella jubes since the appeared on the shelf and agree totally with Chris We bought them from IGA in bulk also or any other retailer who stocked them. Always the first Allens lollies to disappear from the shelves and the only products from the new range I buy now is the frog family. Please bring them back ASAP.

  3. Lynette Korn January 27, 2019 at 4:12 pm #

    Have been buying these for years. Another sad state for Nestle. My purchases alone would have kept the range in the “marketable” area for many years to come!!!!!!!!!

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