Some of the candies that start with the letter "e" are English toffee, exploding truffles and Elvis fudge. There is also eggnog fudge, eggnog truffles and eggnog truffle cups.
English toffee is a rich, buttery candy made of almonds, butter, sugar and corn syrup, and it is often eaten with chocolate. Exploding truffles are pop rocks candy combined with chocolate ganache in a truffle. Elvis fudge is a treat that features the King of Rock and Roll's favorite flavor combination: peanut butter and banana. It consists of a layer of peanut butter fudge with a layer of banana and white chocolate fudge on top.Learn More
Wellesley Farms foods are available at BJ's Wholesale Club stores and also at Amazon.com. Particular Wellesley Farms products' availability vary by BJ's locations. Foods sold on Amazon.com change based on their availability.Full Answer >
Skittles were invented and originally produced in Britain in 1974. In 1979, Skittles were imported to the United States. It was not until 1982 that Skittles began to be manufactured in the United States.Full Answer >
The terms dry mustard, ground mustard, mustard flour, ground mustard seed and dry mustard powder all refer to the same thing. They refer to the ground seeds of any one of several species of mustard plant.Full Answer >
According to Halal Hub, all gelatin that Wrigley USA uses in its products, which includes Starburst, is derived from animal products. The animal products are purified and dried during the manufacturing process, but the products do not currently meet vegetarian or halal standards.Full Answer >