Sweets & Confectionary

P. Wilkinson Containers supply leading sweets & confectionary companies with a wide range of packaging solutions.

We have developed our range of products to cater for candies, toffees, chocolates, truffles, pralines, lollipops, marshmallows and gums. Our different packaging solutions offer a variety of features such as tamper evidence, high clarity or premium closures. We offer bespoke artwork options on plastic (IML & labelled) printed with digital presses on a selection of label substrates, as well as litho options onto metal.

The materials used in these ranges spread through PP, PET and HDPE plastics, Tinplate and Aluminium – some of which are suitable for wet environments and others for durability. If you are unsure what packaging may suit your sweets and confectionary application, then please contact one of our team for more advice - or select from one of the ranges below for more product images and information.

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Chocisky

What could be better than whisky AND chocolate? That’s what you can find in Chocisky, an exciting new Inverness startup that makes whisky infused chocolate buttons and drops.

Entrepreneur, Stuart Baxter, combined his love for whisky and passion for good quality chocolate, to launch the brand, Chocisky.

 

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Chocisky

Designed for both chocolate and whisky connoisseurs and as an ideal gift, Stuart was looking for a packaging option that oozed luxury.

P Wilkinson Containers’s account manager, Louisa, sourced a 74mm x 26 mm seamless tin base and suggested an embossed lid. Stuart opted to emboss the ‘Chocisky’ logo on each tin lid, which was produced at our London factory, William Say & Co. Ltd.

The team created a bespoke tooling using artwork supplied by the client and also managed to create a full-size sample, made by hand, ahead of the full run which was presented to the Chocisky team.  With the backing of the whole team, a run of 10,000 products was commissioned.

 

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