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These days, the idea of a short-run licensed candy bar or candy bar tie-in with a film or television show is not all that uncommon. In the 1970’s it was all-but-unheard of, at least in this country. In the UK … Continue reading
I first became aware of Nestle’s Carlos V bar a year or two ago, when I saw the oddly-smallish bar at a Walgreens. At the time I wondered if it was an import or a new Nestle product, but I … Continue reading
[Note: CollectingCandy.com posted a significant update to this article in March of 2013.] I will admit to coming around to the goodness of the Munch bar a bit later in life. As a kid, it wasn’t my thing. If I … Continue reading
Whistle Pops, as they were called when I first encountered them, were introduced to United States consumers in 1975.
It’s a short post today, as I’m dedicating most of my time this weekend to reorganizing my unfiled wrappers and boxes. Since launching last month, I’ve been reminded of the areas of my archive that need some administrative attention. With … Continue reading
The Simpsons and the Butterfinger – the connection may not be as obvious as it once was, but during the early days and in fact the first decade of their existence, The Simpsons were inexorably tied to the crispity, crunchety, … Continue reading