Bon Bon’s 2024 Spring Collection is ready to order now.

Our range offers great options for the whole of Spring, including Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day and Easter. Bon Bon’s Spring offering includes treats to celebrate the joy of love, perfect for Valentines and Mother’s Day; alongside a bright and fun selection of goodies for the Easter holidays and beyond. As ever we’ve taken care to include items that aren’t season specific but are perfectly suited for Spring and Summer impulse sales. We hope you enjoy!

As ever stock is limited, when it’s gone, it’s gone! We allocate stock on a strictly “first come, first served” basis so please get your order in early if you want to access the full range.

Orders can be placed from Monday October 2nd.

Please visit our spring collection page to view our brochure: https://www.bonbons.co.uk/easter-collection/

Alternatively, please contact the team to order a hard copy brochure or find out more detail.

Bon Bon’s 2023 Christmas Collection

Featuring 50 new lines from Bon Bon’s and over 200 new lines from our
premium brand partners. 

We know Christmas is a time for giving and having fun with friends and family. With this in mind, we’ve developed fabulous new Bon Bon’s products including the mighty Sweet Stack, featuring family-favourite sweets stacked in a tower that will really stand out in seasonal displays. The beautifully finished, quirky sweet carousels will add colour and a real sense of fun to your range.

Hot Chocolate is one of the true pleasures of winter. Whether its chocolate spoons, bombes or drops we’ve got it covered. The opportunity to create your own Hot Chocolate blend with Bon Bon’s Hot Chocolate Tasting Kit is not to be missed.

Once again, our brand partners have pulled out all the stops to complete the Bon Bon’s Christmas range.  Much loved favourites including Monty Bojangles, Anthon Berg and Niederegger sit alongside brands exclusive to Bon Bon’s including exquisite chocolate gifts from Laurence and delightful Loukoumi (oriental delight) from Olympos, one of our new suppliers sourced for Christmas 2023. Speaking of exclusive; see if you can spot some of the items developed especially for us by key suppliers including the Black Liquorice Company and Original Biscuit Bakers.

As the UK distributor for the magnificent Quaranta soft Italian nougat we are very proud to launch our first co-branded advent calendar. For the many fans of Quaranta this will be a must have item and they won’t be disappointed. In fact, we’d be surprised if they can resist the urge to open all the windows before Christmas Day arrives.

Halloween continues to get bigger and bigger and we’ve grown our range to reflect this. Our terrifying treats provide all you need to create fun Halloween themed displays in the build up to October 31st. 

We start taking orders from Friday May 5th 2023.
Halloween deliveries commence September 4th 2023,
with Christmas deliveries starting from September 18th 2023 .

Due to the premium nature of this collection and the exceptionally high volume of orders; both stock and delivery slots are limited and allocated on a first come, first served basis. We recommend you place your order with us as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Please visit our Christmas collection page to view our brochure: 
Alternatively, please contact the team to order a hard copy brochure or find out more detail.

Please do not hesitate to contact us via our “contact us“ page, by telephone on 01937 840670 or by email at sales@bonbons.co.uk to find out more, reserve your order or arrange for one of our team to discuss the collection in greater detail with you.

After consecutive years of growth Bon Bon’s is relocating to a new home at Moorside Business Park in Tockwith. 

Here at Bon Bon’s and hf Chocolates we aim to bring a little comfort and joy to our loyal customers and consumers at all times, but certainly no more than during the festive period. Our new Christmas range has been designed by our tireless product development team with this in mind.

Bon Bon’s became part of the Lanchester Group of companies in 2017 when it was purchased by Lanchester Wines, and in 2019 Bon Bon’s purchased hf Chocolates

The business has seen exponential year-on-year expansion, with hf Chocolates alone increasing by 40% since its acquisition and, as such, has out-grown its current home at nearby Thorpe Arch in Wetherby.

At 56,600 ft2, the Moorside site is more than double the footprint of Bon Bon’s current premises, providing the ambitious business with room to grow. It will also bring all Bon Bon’s and hf Chocolate operations under one roof which further increases efficiencies.

The building has been renovated prior to the move, with Bon Bon’s investing circa £1million in its fabric and infrastructure. A new roof has been fitted with a 100kW array of monocrystalline solar panels which should generate about 80,000kWh (kilowatt-hours) of electricity per year. The roof also has an additional 300mm of insulation to improve the thermal efficiency of the building, which is heated by a biomass boiler.

Steve Campbell is Managing Director of Bon Bon’s

“This move highlights a significant period in Bon Bon’s growth. We have aggressive expansion plans which simply weren’t possible due to space constraints at our previous site. At the same time, it was important to maintain our Yorkshire roots as most of our staff live within 10 miles of our facility.

“Moorside met and exceeded all our requirements. All our current 63 staff will move with the business, so we retain our Bon Bon’s ‘family’ as well as their knowledge and expertise. The plan is to continue to employ locally as we grow.

“Our investment in this building has been significant – we’re here for the long term. We plan to grow the building as we grow the business with plans already in place to increase our solar panels. 100kW is the largest array the current grid connection could take; given the roof is big enough for about 600kW, we hope to be able to expand this when possible while continuing to seek out further ways to lessen our business’ impact on the environment.”