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Candy & confectionary

A set of food items that are usually rich in sugar and calories but low in micronutrients. As well as candy (USA), they are also called sweets (UK) and lollies (Australia).

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Candy & confectionary; Hard candy

Sweet and sour candies invented by J. Fish Smith, the owner of Sunline. The tablets were created using the same basic recipe as the already popular Pixy Stix and Lik-M-Aid ...


Candy & confectionary; Hard candy

A form of candy currently sold by Nestlé under their Willy Wonka Candy Company brand. Nerds are small irregularly-shaped sweets that come in a variety of flavors and are usually ...


Candy & confectionary; Hard candy

Now discontinued, chewy candies that came in a variety of fruit flavors: Green Apple, Cherry, Lemon, Orange, Grape, and Strawberry. They were previously similar to today's peanut ...


Candy & confectionary; Hard candy

A type of hard confectionery. Gobstoppers usually consist of a number of layers, each layer dissolving to reveal a different colored (and sometimes differently flavoured) layer, ...

Fun Dip

Candy & confectionary; Hard candy

A candy manufactured by The Willy Wonka Candy Company, a brand owned by Nestlé. The candy has been on the market in the United States and Canada since April 1942, and was ...

Bottle Caps

Candy & confectionary; Hard candy

Tart tablet candies made to look like metal soda bottle caps in grape, cola, orange, root beer, and cherry flavors. They are sold by Nestlé under their Willy Wonka Candy Company ...

Wonka Donutz

Candy & confectionary; Hard candy

Candies sold by Nestlé under their Willy Wonka Candy Company brand. They are donut-shaped pieces of chocolate covered in sprinkles, with a truffle-like inside.