Easter is this Sunday, and many people will be attending church services, painting eggs, going on egg hunts, eating chocolate and spending time with family. Here are a few tidbits about some of the foods we consume on the holiday.
How many times did you go through all the work to get suited up in your costume and walk a million miles (literally...it was that far) to gather a bunch of candy on Halloween, only to come home and make a trade with your older brother or sister that was completely unfair? It happens every year. But not if you follow these quick rules!
They’ve been around since the Civil War and every Valentine’s Day the company that makes them introduces new messages on them. They’re the Sweethearts Candy Conversation Hearts made by NECCO – an abbreviation for New England Candy Company
With Easter being this weekend. I thought I would share my "Peep Show." I would like to tell you this story has a happy ending for my Peeps...but...let's just say it wasn't such a Good Friday for candy around my house!
I saw plenty of candy over the Christmas holiday, but it ranks only third behind Halloween and Easter for candy sales. But candy is big business not only in this counry but around the world. Americans consume over 3-billion pounds of chocolate each year, almost half of the world's total production.
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