February 17, 2014
newsweek:

According to some, you should do political targeting by candy preferences.

newsweek:

According to some, you should do political targeting by candy preferences.

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October 30, 2013
In Lieu of Candy, Woman Handing Out This Letter That Says Child Is Fat

An outspoken woman in North Dakota told a local news station that she will be distributing this note to overweight trick-or-treaters tomorrow evening.
Read more. [Image: ValleyNewsLive]

In Lieu of Candy, Woman Handing Out This Letter That Says Child Is Fat

An outspoken woman in North Dakota told a local news station that she will be distributing this note to overweight trick-or-treaters tomorrow evening.

Read more. [Image: ValleyNewsLive]

February 14, 2013

How a Sweetheart Is Made: The Epic Industrial Odyssey of the Most Famous Valentine’s Day Snack

Since the turn of the 20th century, more than 300 billion Sweethearts have rolled off the conveyor belts of the New England Confectionery Company near Boston. Today the company makes 4 million pounds of Sweethearts in the six weeks before Valentine’s Day. This is the story of a little candy heart — born in a mixer, mushed by a roller, tattooed, stamped, fed through an oven, and stuffed in a huge sack for months. (Don’t worry, it has a happy ending.)

Read more. [Images: NECCO]

August 22, 2012
The Sweet, Secret Life of Tootsie Rolls

The 116-year-old Tootsie Roll company is the the candy industry’s biggest secret-keeper—a modern day Willy Wonka if you will…

Read more. [Image: cdedbdme/Flickr]

The Sweet, Secret Life of Tootsie Rolls

The 116-year-old Tootsie Roll company is the the candy industry’s biggest secret-keeper—a modern day Willy Wonka if you will…

Read more. [Image: cdedbdme/Flickr]

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Filed under: Candy Entertainment Business 
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