Ring Pops

Ring Pops

You want to look your best for that playground play date. Around your neck hangs a simple but tasteful candy necklace. But if you desired a little more bling, you turned to the Cartier of confections, the Topps Ring Pop. Style never tasted so sweet. Continue reading...

Charleston Chew

Charleston Chew

If they could name a candy bar after a baseball legend, why not a dance craze? That's precisely what happened in the early 20s, when The Charleston began sweeping the country. Today, few still perform these historic dance moves, but many still delight in taking a bite out of a Charleston Chew. Continue reading...

Good & Plenty

Good & Plenty

For those who don't harbor an aversion to the black variety of licorice, movie theaters have long offered a special treat – those little capsule shaped white and pink delicacies known as Good & Plenty. Fans will attest that they are both good and plentiful, and they also happen to be the oldest branded candy in the United States. Continue reading...

100 Grand

100 Grand

“One Hundred Thousand Dollars” sure has a nice ring to it. It connotes images of a new car, a fancy wardrobe, a vacation to Monte Carlo, a…candy bar? Well, if a merger of crispy rice, caramel and chocolate is your idea of elegance, this chewy confection is a luxury worthy of indulgence. Continue reading...

Chuckles

Chuckles

You are just about ready to head in the darkened theater; there's just one stop to make at the snack counter. Among the Jujyfruits and M&Ms, there beckons a cellophane package containing five wedges of colorful candy, each coated in sugar for extra sweetness. You've just stumbled upon Chuckles, a candy almost as old as movie theaters themselves. Continue reading...

Baby Ruth

Baby Ruth

Whether it was named after the famed slugger for the New York Yankees has long been up for debate, but the confection known as the Baby Ruth has remained one of the best loved candy bars since its introduction in 1921. Filled with peanuts, caramel and nougat, the Baby Ruth was a home run right out of the box. Continue reading...

Chick-O-Stick

Chick-O-Stick

When it comes to the confection called a Chick-O-Stick, people fall into one of two camps. The first has eyed them in the candy aisle, an odd tube of something wrapped in plastic and devoid of chocolate. These folks usually keep their distance. The other group understands that this is one unique and tasty treat, worthy of every penny. Thankfully, the latter buys enough Chick-O-Sticks to ensure that they stick around, as they have for over six decades. Continue reading...

M&Ms

M&Ms

It’s everyday knowledge that many of our modern comforts and accessories actually originated in military circles. Developed for troops and adapted for citizens, we have come to accept everything from dehydrated food products to Hummers as facts of civilian life. You can also add M&M’s to that list. Continue reading...