Bee good this Christmas with Ricola

Take a break from the Christmas chaos and give something back with Ricola.

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The festive season is, of course, a cause for celebration, but all the partying and preparation can leave us a little stressed and tired. This Christmas, equip yourself for those times when the merriment gets a bit too much by keeping Ricola’s Swiss herbal sweets to hand.


Made using a unique 13-herb blend and free from artificial colours and flavours, these little pieces of heaven can help to bring you a delicious moment of calm and refreshment – wherever you are and whenever you need it.

By enjoying Ricola’s herbal sweets, you’re not only giving yourself the chance to savour a well-deserved break, but also supporting a good cause among all the presents and indulgence.

The Ricola Foundation was established to promote and develop charitable projects and research into the natural and cultural foundations of our day-to-day lives. Ricola is passionate about contributing to a world that people like to live in, and the foundation’s main activity is supporting COLOSS, an international network dedicated to researching and preventing global honeybee colony losses.

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Ricola recognises how important bees are to its sweets, as they are a key pollinator and essential to ensuring a healthy herb harvest for generations to come. That’s why Ricola chooses to invest in projects with the aim of protecting our beloved bee friends.

Ricola’s sugar-free sweets come in a range of flavours including LemonMint, Elderflower, Mountain Mint, Cranberry and Herbal Caramel. Which one will you treat yourself to this Christmas?

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Ricola sweets are available to buy online at and and in store from the confectionery aisle at Holland & Barrett, Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, WHSmith, Morrisons, independent health food stores and pharmacies.