How Long Does Candy Stay Good?

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The length of time candy stay good depends on its type as well as ingredient used and whether it is stored in an appropriate place. If kept in dark, cool, and dry place, chocolate can last 1 to 2 years while jellied candies and caramel for 12 months. It is also important to keep them away from moisture and avoid combining different type of candies.
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Stored properly, plain chocolate can be kept indefinitely, though most chocolate makers recommend you eat it within six to nine months to limit the likelihood of extreme temperature
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Comatose Candy does not show in your system.
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Candied yams can be cooked in the oven for about 30 minutes at 350
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It should last awhile. maybe a few months. If something has very little or no water in it, it should never actually rot, but only get stale.
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