Mik Mak and the sea adventure

Wry Lemon and Twisted Raspberry. Don’t you think this is an interesting mix of flavours? It confronts the sweetness of raspberries with lemons that make our mouth twist. Can they both be combined to create an unusual flavour? Mik Mak already knows the answer.

Do you like raspberries and lemons? Mik Mak loves them. Just like he loves holidays at the seaside, where he can sunbathe and jump into sunny, sea water when it starts getting too hot. Many of us would certainly call this a paradise, but our Mik Mak had a certain interesting talent. He seemed to attract different interesting things that are not likely to happen to many of us. Today, we want to tell you about one such event. Mik Mak was spending that day on the beach, sunbathing and watching his lovely friends splashing in the water and their younger brothers and sisters who were playing ball, enjoying the holidays. So, Mik Mak was sitting and eating his favourite lemon and raspberry pastilles and wondering what else might happen on that day. Of course, knowing the boy’s talent, something was bound to happen. 



While Mik Mak was listening to the sound of the waves crashing on the shore and enjoying the pleasure of lying in the sun, he suddenly heard one of the children cry. He swallowed another candy and looked around, and then he saw the little brother of one of his friends. The boy was crying because his ball fell into the water and started to float away. His big sister, sitting next to him, was trying to comfort him, but she was unable to retrieve the ball, because she could not swim well, just like the other girls. Someone had to jump to save the ball. Because Mik Mak was sensitive to children’s suffering and liked to show his generosity, he decided to save the day. He put his Mik Maks away and jumped into the water. The waves were big, but not as high as to make swimming impossible. He reached the ball after only two minutes. Water was splashing on his face and hair but he made it! He returned to the beach with the ball, which he then handed over to the child and his sister. This is how Mik Mak proved once more that his life would never be usual. Are you ready for more adventures?


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Mik Mak in the Sudetes!

Juicy Orange and Mountain Mint. Check how this unusual mixture of summer and winter flavours changed Mik Mak and his mountain snowboarding adventure. Will Mik Mak cope with another challenge?

Some of us don’t like winter, while others love it. So does Mik Mak, our friend, who received his nickname because he loves eating Mik Maks whenever he can. But can we blame him for that? We all love sweets and I am not an exception. Mik Mak decided to spend his winter holidays in the Sudetes, where he wanted to practice snowboarding. He had a really ingenious plan! He was planning to land his first Backside 180 today. Oh yes, this was he challenge that he was planning to do. In his pocket, he had his favourite Mik Maks that combined the Juicy Orange flavour that reminded him of summer, and fresh Mountain Mint. These colourful candy pieces and their great mix always gave him the power to act and the will to take challenges. This is what it was like this time, too. Why Mik Maks of all the sweets? Well, he liked the fact that these sweets are 50% orange-flavoured sugar pastilles, while the other 50% are mint-flavoured. He has never seen such unusual mix anywhere else. Even the popular Tic Tacs could not offer that.



Mik Mak climbed the top of the mountain. The snowy landscape was breath-taking! The conditions for snowboarding and practising were perfect. Many people were skiing or darting by on their skiboards, strewing others over with snow. Perfect – thought Mik Mak and he took his favourite sugar candy out of his pocket. First, he put the Mountain Mint in his mouth. The taste awoke him instantly and made him ready to act. Then, Juicy Orange landed in his mouth. The colour, which some of you probably associate with epic RPG games artefacts brought an image of summer, beach and fun in the water, full of laughter and wet hair, to Mik Mak’s mind. Excited by the candy and the mix that he felt in his mouth, he decided that on that day, after many weeks of practising, he will finally do the trick. But at first, he did not succeed. After two hours of jumping and falling, he felt tired. Standing on top of the mountain, the boy put some more Mik Mak sugar candy in his mouth and decided that he would make it. He gained speed and snow was splatting in front of his snowboard. He leaped high and made a turn. After a few seconds that seemed to last for hours, he felt his feet hit the soft ground. He made it! He landed the most difficult jump! Good job, Mik Mak! We are sure you will do great in the next challenges, too.


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Co-packing – packing with BMB!

Why is it worth to become interested in co-packing?

People who decide to start a company that manufactures food products (especially sweets) deserve admiration. It is an extremely demanding sector that requires both subtlety and market knowledge. However, at the beginning of their operations many companies, especially small ones, face a huge problem resulting from certain rules that govern the packaging of food products.

Sweets require proper presentation in order to attract the attention of both children and adults, and specialist packaging equipment is expensive (the costs often exceed the budget of the given company).

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50/50 – advertising campaign!

The advertising campaign for the new Mik Mak is here!

The product is available in different weights and packaging. The packaging has been patented throughout the world. The Double packaging has two separate dispensers that enable to package two different flavours in a single box.

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