Who Invented the First Jawbreaker?

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Jawbreakers are a very popular candy which started to become popular in the mid nineteenth century. Jawbreaker appeared as an official term in the English dictionary in 1839. It is claimed that the Ferrara Pan Candy Co. invented jawbreakers, yet it was by them that jawbreakers became very popular. In the mid 1800's, hundreds of companies were operational and producing hard to chew candies like jawbreakers.
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