||Best Seller Box
||Prefill the order form with our best sellers. By default, our best-seller box comes with 6 bags each of our 6 best-selling items. Order it as-is, or make adjustments as you wish.
|Atomic Fireballs||Atomic Fireballs are a round, cinnamon-flavored hard candy invented by Nello Ferrara in 1954. They are a form of jawbreaker. The outer layers of the candy are a bright red color while the interior layers are white.||$1.50|
|Bit-O-Honey||Bit-O-Honey first appeared in 1924 and was made by the Schutter-Johnson Company of Chicago, Illinois. The candy consists of almond bits embedded in a honey-flavored taffy, which makes for a long-chewing candy.||$1.50|
|Candy Necklace||Candy necklaces were first introduced in 1958 and have been a best seller ever since. These necklaces are made by Ce De Candy, the company that makes Smarties.||$1.50|
|Chick-O-Sticks||Chick-O-Stick is a candy produced by Atkinson Candy Company that has been manufactured since the Great Depression.
Chick-O-Stick is an orange stick of varying length and thickness, dusted with ground coconut. The interior of the stick is honeycombed with peanut butter and the orange hardened syrup/sugar mixture that also forms the shell.||$1.50|
|Jaw Breakers||Jaw Breakers consist of a number of layers, each layer dissolving to reveal a different colored (and sometimes differently flavoured) layer, before dissolving completely.
Jaw Breakers have been sold in traditional sweet shops for at least a century.||$1.50|
|Peanut Butter Bars||In 1938 a confectionery company began in Lufkin, Texas. Atkinson Candy made use of the Lone Star of Texas and put its name across the middle of a star, this forming the company logo.
Originally know for Chick-o-Sticks, the Peanut Butter Bar was introduced in 1947. It contains a peanut butter honeycombed center with a hard candy jacket.||$1.50|
|Soft Mints||Soft mints, such as "dinner mints" and "butter mints", are soft candies with a higher butter content, that dissolve more readily inside one's mouth.||$1.50|
|Wax Bottles||Wax Bottles are small wax bottles with flavored syrup inside. First bite off the top, suck out the liquid and then chew the wax, just like gum.||$1.50|
|Now And Later||The Phoenix Candy Co, Brooklyn, NY, was looking for a product they could sell year round. In 1962 they took a chance on a taffy item that the kids could consume "now" and save some for "later." The confection took off and "Now & Later" has been around ever since.||$1.50|
|Candy Corn||Candy corn was created in the 1880s by George Renninger of the Philadelphia, PA-based Wunderle Candy Company. The Goelitz Confectionery Company (now Jelly Belly) began production at the turn of the 20th century and called the product "Chicken Feed." Along with other agriculture-inspired treats at the time, the late 20th century, Americas' confectioners sought to market candy corn to a largely rural society.||$1.50|
|Gummy Cola Bottles||Cola bottles are sweets in the shape of classic Coca-Cola-style bottles with a cola flavor. They are produced by numerous companies. "Fizzy Blue Bottles", made by Lutti (formerly part of the French division of the Leaf Candy Company, now controlled by a private investment group), are sweets typically found in a pick and mix selection. These are very similar to cola bottle gummies in shape, but they are usually sour and coloured blue and pink. "Blue Bottles", a variation from another company, are identifiable by the small rims around the sides, and are chewier and thicker, with a sweeter taste.||$1.50|
|Gummy Ice Cream Cones||Gummy ice cream cones add a pretty pastel splash to any treat no matter how you choose to use them. These unique, fruit-flavored gummies come in assorted colors and look so whimsical on a homemade ice cream cake or as edible wedding favors.||$1.50|
|Sour Cherry Jels||Sour Cherry Jels. A cherry flavored candy with a sour candy coating. These have the perfect amount of sweet and sour in one candy. The outer shell is a tart and tangy flavor once you get to the Jel center it is a sweet chewy flavor. ||$1.50|
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