Sambro signs new distribution deal

Published on: 23rd September 2013

Sambro has signed an exclusive agreement with Israeli toy developer Diamant Toys to distribute their brand new Sweet Art range in the UK.Sweet-Art-Party-Pack-pic300

The product is already off to a flying start having received a commendation in this year’s Toy Shop UK Awards in the Creative category.

Sweet Art is an edible art and craft product that allows children to create a range of shapes, figures and sweets from a sweet edible dough. With assorted flavours and colours, kids are encouraged to use the modelling tools, cookie cutters, rolling pins and more to create their own treats.

The range includes lots of characters including panda bears, elephants, caterpillars, snails, frogs and penguins. As well as the character candy collection, the range includes modelling kits to create lollipops, cookies, cupcakes, candy, popsicles, candy strings and a sweet bouquet.

Larger sets in the new range include the Ice Cream Maker, featuring a dough ice cream making machine and stand for the completed creations; the Party Pack, featuring all the tools to make popsicles, candies and flowers; the Mega Sweets Factory and the Ice Pops Factory.

Nikki Samuels from Sambro commented: “Sweet Art is a fantastic creative range to add to the Sambro portfolio. Kids will love making all the different themed sets, and eating them of course. The extensive range of sets encourages repeat purchases and the competitive price points make them a great gift buy.”

For further information, please contact Sambro on 08458 739 380.

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