With Halloween only a week and a half away (and, keep in mind, trick or treat night for many communities is on Friday, the 30th), a lot of kids (and parents) will be dreaming of the candy that we all hope for.
Surrounded by some of America’s most productive dairy farms, Milton S. Hershey opened the world’s first modern chocolate factory and built the “model town” for employees and their families so they have an attractive place to live, work, and play...
Easter is right around the corner, and you know what that means - candy, candy everywhere. Of course, the candy is meant for the kids, but let's be honest, the decision making process on what candy to get lies mostly with the adults.
Last weekend I was out shopping and came across this cute Valentine's Day gift set. It included a little plush balloon, a teddy bear, and a box of chocolates. Well, what seemed like a box of chocolates at least.
The Cadbury Creme Egg is an iconic early-year treat. As the calendar gets closer to Easter, the creamy treat will start showing up on shelves. But, apparently Cadbury is messing with the recipe and people are noticing.
Candy canes are everywhere this time of year. But how many of us have actually stopped to think about how a candy cane actually becomes a candy cane? Well, thanks to a candy store in Florida, now we know. Watch:
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