1978 Rowntrees Fruit Gums commercial
Rowntree’s Fruit Gums are circular sweets formerly made by Rowntree’s, who were later acquired by Nestlé. They appear in different colours, each with a different flavour: strawberry, orange, lemon, blackcurrant and lime. They are primarily composed of glucose syrup and fruit juices and are as a result similar to wine gums. In addition to the traditional roll packaging, they come in a larger volume box, that contains the sweets in the shape of the fruit or part of the fruit that the flavour represents.
An advertising campaign for the gums that ran for three years from 1958 included the slogan “Don’t Forget The Fruit Gums, Mum” invented by the copywriter Roger Musgrave [1929-2007].
Relative to other sweets and confectionary made by Nestlé the sweets are quite healthy in comparison as they have no artificial colours or flavours and are 25% real fruit juice.
Info gleaned from Wikipedia
1979 advert for Aero chocolate bar.
The Aero bar was originally introduced in the North of England in 1935 by the Rowntree Mackintosh chocolate company in York, one of the first products in a new marketing-led sales initiative introduced by the company during the 1930s. Distribution was increased to the rest of the UK during the following months. Rowntree Mackintosh was acquired by Nestlé in 1988, who continued the production of the Aero brand.