About Freedom Marshmallows
Development of an exceptional product
Freedom have been in research for 10 years and finally came into product development 3 years ago in the B2B and B2C sectors. Freedom confectionery became the second gelatin free producer of marshmallows commercially worldwide, making them suitable for vegan, vegetarian and allergy free from consumers and completely natural!
There are no restrictions on growing and cultivating the core ingredients of our mallows and they are not exposed to volatile gelatine prices, swine flu or BSE (mad cow disease).
The shelf life of Freedom mallows is 12 months, Freedom mallows have an excellent NPD opportunities and are able to supply large scale volumes.
Organisation’s that we support
Freedom Confectionery love to support chosen organization’s who have continuous ongoing programs and processes where a tangible relationship can prosper. Our support is focused through our brand and products in a form of sponsorship that develops a valuable relationships with our partners; creating that special mallow feeling. Together we can identify possible new research and development projects that highlight areas for improvements amongst the Free From Confectionery sectors.
Lancaster Royal Grammar School
Lancaster Royal Grammar School
Freedom Confectionery is extremely proud to support Lancaster Royal Grammar School’s rugby and cricket First squad Teams. School sports activity is a vital role in the development of physical education.
Both Team demonstrate an exceptional display of talent and respect for their squad and the teams they meet and play. As a school that encourages students globally, the freedom product allows a Mallowtastic opportunity to engage with these great sporting squads. It is only fitting we support through sponsorship of a local school and the squads.
Birmingham Children’s Hospital
Freedom mallows work with Birmingham Children’s Hospital with children suffering with PKU. Phenylketonuria (PKU) is a protein deficiency, it is an error of the metabolism in which the amino acid phenylalanine cannot breakdown large amounts of protein.
Freedom mallows are able to donate product that the children suffering from PKU are able to enjoy. This is because Freedom mallows are low in protein, making them easier to breakdown and digest.
Team Reece is a charity that helps to raise money for the research to enable better treatment options for potential cures for childhood cancer, brain tumours and new equipment and clinical trials in which NHS funding is unavailable. Reece is a 12 year old boy from Morecambe. In May 2016 it was discovered he had an Anaplastic Astrocytoma, an extremely rare malignant tumour that affects only about 10 children a year. He and his family have since started the Team Reece charity, their aim is to not only help fund research but to provide a holiday home on an inclusive site for the use of families directly affected by Childhood Cancer to use for respite and family time.
Freedom have since donated over £1000 worth of mallows for their goodie bags at fund raising events which have helped raise funds for Alder Hey Children’s hospital. We wish to keep working with Reece and his family in such a great cause and have even made him one of our brand ambassadors!