The Fate Of The Floundering Company Behind Candy Hearts & Necco Wafers

So a while back we heard about the financial trouble of the company behind Sweethearts candy hearts, Necco Wafers & other classic candies. The company went bankrupt and now we're finding out that they did find a buyer at auction. That's according to Time Magazine that reports that New England Confectionary was sold to the…

Milky Way Fudge Is Now A Thing

If you love you some fudge, Milky Way has a new candy bar that has your name written all over it--the Milky Way Fudge bar. According to Elite Daily, it's a combo of super rich chocolate filled with caramel and fudge nougat--and is available as of today. When can I get these?! ????https://t.co/WiXY07IoDI — Bustle…

Fun Ideas For Your Easter Egg Hunt & Other Festivities

Our family has always loved having a good old fashioned Easter Egg hunt. But, with the temps here in the Tampa Bay area sometimes getting out of hand by Easter, there have been many years that we just knew that we couldn't put any sort of chocolate in the eggs if we were doing our…

Candy Hearts May Be Going Away

Fans of those candy hearts with the sweet little messages that you get around Valentine's Day beware! They may be going away. There's word from the Boston Globe that Necco (the New England Confectionery Company), which makes those candies as well as different flavors of Necco wafers, Mary Janes, Banana Split Chews, Mighty Malts and more,…

Nestlé Sells US Candy Brands To Italian Company Behind Nutella

The company behind the such brands as the Crunch Bar, Gobstoppers and Butterfinger has sold its' U.S. candy brands. CNBC reports that Nestlé's U.S. confectionery business has been purchased by none other than the company behind Nutella and Ferrero Rocher chocolates--Italian candy company Ferrero--for around $2.8 billion. The move comes as Nestlé has battled waning sales…

8 Halloween Candies That Aren't Total Calorie Bombs

You buy a package of candy under the guise of handing the sweets out to trick-or-treaters, yet somehow you find yourself throwing back handfuls of the stuff when you're watching TV, decorating the house, or prepping your own Halloween costume.