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Since the explosion in popularity of energy drinks, manufacturers have sought to market all kinds of caffeinated food, even infusing it into candy and chocolate bars. I’ll certainly admit that there have been times in my own life that I’ve … Continue reading
Today I’m going to share a bit of the packaging history of that most classic of Valentine’s treat, the conversation heart. More specifically I’m going to cover the best-known brand of conversation hearts, Necco’s Sweethearts.
It’s New Year’s Eve and I thought it was a good time to mix it up a bit with a video greeting. I hope to incorporate video content to the site in 2013, where it will allow me to present … Continue reading
Back in the summer of 1993, the Fleer company was owned by Marvel Comics, and they were promoting their upcoming Halloween lineup. For today’s post, I’ve selected a fun Fleer Halloween trade ad from that year and I’m going to … Continue reading
Every year, candy companies release versions of their products in Halloween-themed packaging. Sometimes those designs return year after year and become seasonal classics, while other times the designs get refreshed each year. When a company does a Halloween-themed version of … Continue reading
Just a few years ago, Tootsie started rolling out fun seasonal versions of their classic DOTS candies. One of the coolest variety they’ve created are their Halloween DOTS, and they’re back again this season. Today I’m going to take a … Continue reading
We’re extra-busy here at the offices of CollectingCandy.com for the next few days, with almost no time to research and write. With that in mind, I may not be able to create any in-depth posts until next week. But I … Continue reading
I’ve said many times that what I love about candy history is that there are always surprises in store, even when you think you’ve got something all figured out. Well, last night was no different. A few hours after getting … Continue reading
Collecting candy oftentimes starts like many collectible hobbies in that it can begin with a search for some kind of personal nostalgia – that’s what first prompted me to start hunting down old candy packaging. In my case, I was … Continue reading