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Tag Archives: Reese’s
One of the many new confectionery products to arrive for the Halloween season this year is a variation on a beloved classic. But what’s most surprising about this one is that it’s never been done before – because I’d just … Continue reading
Over the course of time almost all candy packaging designs change and evolve – some subtly and some dramatically. Those changes are a big part of what makes collecting them and discussing them here so much fun. And just as … Continue reading
For Halloween 2012 Reese’s updated its Reese’s Peanut Butter Pumpkins with a brand new package design — a change that was covered here during last year’s countdown. Since that time I’ve uncovered a pair of earlier versions which prompted today’s … Continue reading
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.
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
A few weeks ago, I set about to pick up examples of each of the current Hershey family “King Size” bars. I figured it would be cool to have whatever few wrappers they produced with the unifying “King Size” wedge … Continue reading
Some days I have trouble coming up with a topic for CollectingCandy, and some days it’s like the pieces just fall into place. For today’s column, I was really drawing a blank. So, as I sometimes do, I took my … Continue reading
After yesterday’s article on the 30th Anniversary of E.T., and the subsequent coverage of Reese’s Pieces, it seemed like the perfect opportunity to cover one of the most prescient Wacky Packages stickers ever; a parody of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups … Continue reading
When you are a collector of old candy wrappers and candy boxes, you quickly learn and have to accept that you’re collecting what most folks consider trash. Candy wrappers are discarded, not saved. Because of that fact, you look for … Continue reading