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Category Archives: Sour Candy
Howdy, everyone. I’ve been doing a bit of traveling the past couple months which has kept me away from CollectingCandy.com more than I’d prefer. But on the plus side, a lot of that travel has led to uncovering great historical … Continue reading
If Halloween is the season of candy corn than Easter must certainly be the season of the jellybean. It no doubt has to do with how well the colorful confections complement the look of traditionally dyed Easter Eggs. These days, … Continue reading
Every Halloween season brings new holiday-themed contemporary offerings to the candy shelves. One such offering I discovered this year was a limited edition Halloween box for Warheads Sour Chewy Cubes!
It’s been a couple of weeks since I last pulled something from the 1970’s archives to share, so today I’m presenting a Wonka treat you’ve likely never seen before: Tangy Bloops Super Sour Candy!
Maria Sharapova is currently one of the most successful and popular tennis players in the world and she’s used that on-court success to branch out into other areas — one of which being confection with her Sugarpova candy brand. Today … Continue reading
Last year I posted about a piece I was delighted to discover from 1970’s Fleer called Big Pucker. Some months later I would find a mention of its predecessor Little Puckers in an old trade magazine. But I didn’t know … Continue reading
It was just a month ago that I talked about the delightful Walgreens store-brand Nice! candy packaging, and today I get to follow-up on that coverage. Starting this month, Walgreens has expanded the Nice! candy range beyond peg packs to … 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
Much of my work here on CollectingCandy.com is related to uncovering and celebrating the histories of candy packaging and marketing, but that still leaves room to eyeball the current crop of confectionery goodies and cheer lead them as well. Since … Continue reading