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Hard candy ideas and soft chocolate sentiments at Flesor's You can see a framed picture of Gus smoking a cigar and churning a popcorn machine atop that very popcorn machine that now serves as one of the Flesor artifacts. 1970 The year that Gus Flesor's son, Paul Flesor, closed shop. The building stood vacant [...]
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Opie's Candy among NC's finest stores “We all have a bit of a craving for something sugary every now and then—may it be for chocolate, licorice, hard candies, gummy worms, or old-time favorites,” said the article on the website. “Whether you have the occasional need for candy or you are [...]
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An Industry Insider Shares The Newest Trend In Marijuana Edibles Cannabis cotton candy is quite possibly the best — or at least the most fun — way to get an adult sugar high, no? Vanessa Corrales launched B-Edibles in February, focusing on candy floss. Since then, she's placed in every edible competition she's [...]
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Colorado Springs stores offer sweet blasts from the past for Halloween Have a hankerin' for some sweet nostalgia this Halloween? Think popcorn balls, red and black licorice, bubblegum cigarettes, Big Hunk candy bars, Pop Rocks, Hot Tamales and vintage sodas. You won't need a time machine to find places that sell these old [...]
[May 11, 2010] May 11, 2010 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Candy lovers can now make cotton candy from home using sugar free or hard candy with the release of a fun, exciting cotton candy machine (http://www.nostalgiaelectrics.com/default.asp?c=7&p=394) from Nostalgia Products Group (http://www.nostalgiaelectrics.com/), LLC. The Hard and Sugar Free Cotton Candy Maker uses pieces of either hard candy or sugar free candy to create delicious candy floss. It has a suggested retail price of $39.99...
ALTHOUGH penny candies haven’t cost a cent for a long time, they are still relatively cheap treats. That may be one reason that retro-themed candy shops have been opening around the state, defying the difficult economy. “The great thing about bulk candy is that you can go by your budget and spend what you have,” said Liliana Carvalho, 40, owner of Lily’s Kandy Kloudz in Millburn, which opened in November. “Kids come in and spend 50 cents or $10.”Following is a sampling of New Jersey sweet...