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What are candy grams?

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A candygram is candy that can be ordered and sent to a recipient with a personalized message. Candygrams are commonly sent as gifts for birthdays or anniversaries, and they can contain many different types of candies and treats.

There are many different types of candygrams, ranging from traditional boxes of chocolate to health-conscious treats like dried fruits. A candygram may also be sent in the form of a gift basket containing candies and other treats, such as cookies, pretzels or nuts. These gifts can be personalized for numerous occasions, including birthdays, anniversaries, new babies and celebrations for which a congratulations is in order.


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