Follow us on Twitter!
Like us on Facebook!
- For The Love Of Nerds – A 2013 Wonka Redesign!
- Snik Snak – M&M/Mars’ 1970′s Answer to Kit Kat!
- A Fun One for Friday: 1989′s Super Mario Bros Bar!
- Wacky Wednesdays – 3 Racketeers!
- The Exotic Creature that is M&M’s White Chocolate!
- Lunchables with Candy!
- Stop! Candy Time!
- Maximum Marathon Part 3: Original 1970′s TV Prop Marathon Bars Discovered!
Tag Archives: Wonka candy
Yesterday’s Valentine’s post was all about Sweethearts, but I have confess to unconsciously dropping the “h” and “e” and typing SweeTARTS instead, several times when drafting it. Guess I was just excited about today’s post which is dedicated to Sweetarts … Continue reading
Every once in a while I come across something that blows my candy historian-and-collector mind. Such was the case with a trio of digital files that recently landed in my inbox; files that reveal unused designs for a series of … Continue reading
After two big posts on Friday and Saturday, I intended to wrap-up my Wonka Weekend with visual timelines on Sunday, but had to stop the presses for last-minute new material. So the timelines are being delivered today, just a day … Continue reading
I’ve said many times that what I love about candy history is that there are always surprises in store, even when you think you’ve got something all figured out. Well, last night was no different. A few hours after getting … Continue reading
Willy Wonka’s Oompas stand as one of my all-time favorite candy treats. I loved them as a kid, and I’ve really enjoyed digging into the history of them as a collector.
This Friday and Saturday, CollectingCandy.com will feature back-to-back posts on the two original offerings of the Wonka candy brand. Included will be several never-before-seen wrappers that should serve as fun surprises. I’m excited to bring these important pieces of Wonka … Continue reading
As we head into the summer months, thoughts of going to the beach, the pool or the park (or just about anywhere outside) fill my head. When I think back to the candy I picked up during some of my … Continue reading