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Category Archives: Peanut Butter
Though “the Sidekick and the Fast Break” may sound like the title of a 1980′s buddy film, it actually represents the two names under which a single bar was launched just over a decade ago.
Today I’m jumping all the way back to 1972 and an offering from Beich’s [Say "Bikes"], a company best known for their seasonal offerings and of course their taffy. Now let’s take a look at their distinctive Dipsy Doodle bar.
I’m excited to break the news that later this year, Bart Simpson will once again be gracing the wrappers of Butterfinger bars! Read all about it and see all three brand new wrapper designs up-close after the jump!
To all of CollectingCandy.com’s readers that celebrate the holiday; Happy Easter! It’s been fun counting down to today by sharing various Easter candy goodies and bits of confectionery history this week. I wanted to close out the week’s Easter coverage … Continue reading
Back in August of last year, I received a call from my mother asking if I’d seen or picked up the new Walgreens “Nice!” branded candy. At the time I hadn’t, but a few months later while back in Nebraska … Continue reading
Today is March 14th or 3/14, so it’s International Pi Day! Pi Day is the celebration of mathematics (or 3.14… the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter). But here at CollectingCandy.com, we figured we could best mark the day … Continue reading
Though the title of today’s post might sound like some negative thing, it’s not. Because today’s post is all about when Nestle promoted the Butterfinger brand with a slightly edgy, humorous take on itself. It’s also how they renamed Butterfinger … Continue reading
For today’s post, I’m going to share my collection of vintage wrappers from Boyer, a company best-known for their classic Mallo Cup. I’ve got a great range of historical Mallo Cup wrappers to show you as well as a few … Continue reading
Back in 1972 the Peter Paul company, best known for their Mounds and Almond Joy offerings, released a bar to the market named for what it didn’t include rather than what it did. The No Jelly bar.