If you went to school in Australia, you might remember the sweet aroma of musk from the pink mini fruit sticks drifting down the corridors. They were always on sale at the tuckshop, often packed lovingly in little white paper bags. Perhaps your pocket money bought a bag of mixed bulk lollies at recess or lunch time - strawberries and cream, Allens snakes, chocolate bullets, and plenty of pink mini fruit sticks. You shared them with your friends if you were feeling generous, or you snuck them into class and munched all on your own. You might not be in school anymore, but there's no reason to let the nostalgia of those sweet and chewy pink mini fruit sticks go - they're a hit with all ages. Now you can put them on your pink-themed candy buffet table, fill your bonbonnieres, or stuff them into lolly bags at children's birthday parties.