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www.bhg.com/halloween/recipes/the-history-of-candy-corn

No other candy can match the creamy taste of candy corn, a sweet Halloween favorite for more than a century. Read the history of the Halloween treat, fun candy corn facts, and ways to use the popular candy as decoration rather than just as a low-calorie snack. Plus, try our simple candy corn drink recipe that's sweet and ...

candyprofessor.com

As candy nostalgists know, Leo Hirschfeld is the official hero of the Tootsie Roll saga. Today, Tootsie Roll is one of the top candy sellers in the U.S. And it all started with Leo, a poor Austrian immigrant with a dream and some family candy recipes. According to the Tootsie Roll Industries company history, Hirschfeld began ...

www.spanglercandy.com/our-brands/candy-canes/legends

Learn about the history and legends behind the candy cane at SpanglerCandy. com.

www.ask.com/youtube?q=History+of+Candy&v=EXOouUXqPyI
Dec 24, 2016 ... Check out our candy at http://www.pd.net Hey folks, I rushed on this one, Did not get all the history in I wanted to. Sorry about that. I'll get it in for a ...

newsfeed.time.com/2013/10/30/an-oral-history-of-candy-corn-the-most-polarizing-confection-of-them-all

Oct 30, 2013 ... The National Confectioners Association celebrates National Candy Corn Day on October 30, a time to honor the annual production of 9 billion pieces of candy that most people probably only eat once a year (unless you're a diehard fan who buys 10-pound red-white-and-green ones for Christmas or red-w...

www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2010/10/how-candy-and-halloween-became-best-friends/64895

Oct 21, 2010 ... About the Author. Samira Kawash researches and writes on the cultural and social history of candy in 20th-century America. She is professor emerita, Rutgers University (New Brunswick, NJ). She blogs on candy history and opinion at CandyProfessor.com. Email ...

www.choosechicago.com/blog/post/sweet-home-chicago-the-history-of-americas-candy-capital

Sep 2, 2016 ... Milk Duds, Tootsie Rolls, Cracker Jack, and Frango Mints... what do they have in common besides being some of the sweetest treats around? They were all created in Chicago, America's unofficial candy capital. Sweet Home Chicago: The History Of America's Candy Capital , the latest exhibit at the National ...

www.candycrate.com/historyofcandy.html

Classic American candies and penny candy that really take people back to the simple time when life was all about a bag of penny candy from the corner drug store. Here is a History of Candy.

www.snopes.com/holidays/christmas/candycane.asp

The first of these claims — that the candy cane was intended as a means by which persecuted Christians could furtively identify each other — is directly contradicted by history. Even questionable accounts regarding the origins of the candy cane place its origins no earlier the latter part of the 17th century, at which time ...