We see sweets being made at this factory in Bury.
At a sweet factory we see a woman pouring food colouring into a jar; another woman weighs butter, adding cream and brown liquid to a well in it (glucose? treacle?). A man cuts slices of the butter and stirs it into a large copper vat; syrupy liquid trickles out of another machine as a man folds the treacle into a hole in the centre of a revolving pan.
Clear syrup is poured into a tray and onto a work surface as a man adds food colouring by hand. Another man folds a large dollop of sweet mixture into shape. Various shots of sweet mixture coming through a machine, being stretched and twisted until it can be cut into sweet sized pieces. Several shots of wrapped sweets travelling along conveyor belts and being sealed into bags (these are chocolate eclairs); two girls put the packets of sweets into boxes. M/S of sweets falling from a chute into a large pile.
Cuts exist - see separate records.