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Across the country, the College Football season kicks off this weekend and as a Nebraska alum and fan, I’m pretty excited about it. I’ve written about my college football enthusiasm before, when I covered the unwrapping of a 30-year-old Cornhuskers … Continue reading
For today’s entry in our Easter Week coverage, I wanted to continue our CollectingCandy.com tradition and look at the full variety of Russell Stover’s seasonal offerings. In the last year I’ve had great fun featuring Russell Stover’s Halloween Pumpkins, Christmas … Continue reading
Back in the 1970’s the Amurol company, known at the time for their sugarless gum and confectionery products, released a kid-targeted sugarless bubblegum called Whammo. The gum’s name didn’t stick and within a few years Whammo became Blammo. Today we’re … Continue reading
Back in January I devoted a three part series to the history of branded confectionery offerings from 7-Eleven stores here in the United States. I made special note of the two versions of Slurpee gum lines that were released in … Continue reading
Last week I mentioned my discovery of the Tootsie Roll Christmas Two-Packs, but an equally exciting discovery I made this season was finding this trio of holiday-themed Tootsie Pop Drops packs!
I’ve often talked about how I love oddball or specialty flavor spin-offs of classic brands. From fruit-flavored Milk Duds to cinnamon hot Dots, there’s something I find particularly compelling about these releases, and I’m always pleased when new ones come … Continue reading
Although we’re rapidly coming up on October when our second annual participation in CountdownToHalloween will be going on, I wanted to squeeze in something I’d been planning since June – a Hot Week, or more specifically a Cinnamon Hot Week. … Continue reading
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.