Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder are (probably) shaking in their boots right now, because The Hershey Company has unveiled a mashup to rival them all: The Hershey’s Milk Chocolate with Reese’s Pieces candy bar hit shelves this month.
That’s right: We can finally have our Hershey’s and eat our Reese’s, too. That’s how the saying goes, right?
Instagram user @candyhunting spotted the chocolate hybrid at Walgreens.
It’s that time of year again: Soon, children will go door-to-door begging for candy that they’ll gleefully devour with no regard to their dental health.
When you eat candy, the bacteria in your mouth produces an acid that can cause cavities.
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Literally yesterday we were talking about the forthcoming release of a new ‘Most Stuf’ variety of Oreos. So today – you guessed it – it’s time to talk about another new variety of Oreos.
Americans are expected to spend $2.6 billion on candy this Halloween. What’s arguably more surprising than the amount of money we spend on candy, are the types of candy we’re spending it on. For instance, I never would’ve guessed Lemon Heads would top any list, besides maybe “World’s Greatest Disappointments.” But here’s Louisiana to prove me wrong.
Hot Tamales and salt water taffy also performed much better than I ever would’ve expected, but maybe that’s because I live in a candy corn state.
This year’s Halloween is so 2018. Apparently, all the cool kids are already looking ahead to Halloween 2019. Or at least that’s the case with Skittles.
Vegan Halloween candy isn't actually that hard to come by. Unlike many other specialty foods, there's plenty of plant-based, vegan options available right in the middle of the candy aisle of your local grocery store—or even in the Halloween aisle of many major retailers like Walmart and Target.
Do you love Snickers bars but hate the crunch of all those peanuts? Well, first, the argument could definitely be made that you don’t like Snickers bars, but regardless, don’t worry: Snickers has you covered.