gum confectionery

gum confectionery
конфеты гум

cream confectionery — помадные конфеты

fondant confectionery — помадные конфеты

chewy-type confectionery — жевательные конфеты

English-Russian travelling dictionary. 2015.

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  • The Natural Confectionery Company — or TNCC was founded by a young Julius Lighton and his son in law, Walter Eger. Initially, the two bought out Jupp Sons, a small confectionery business in Abbotsford, Melbourne and started Sunrise Confectioners (Aust) Pty Ltd. Two years later,… …   Wikipedia

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