Digital illustration of a candy cane, a hard, cane-shaped stick of candy that is traditionally given at Christmas time. Legend tells us that, in 1670, a German choirmaster created a sugar stick in this shape to represent a shepherd staff.
One can almost taste the sweetness in this abstract photo of assorted chocolates and truffles. Nestled in their paper wrappers, imagine the fruit, marshmallow, caramel, or nut filling as you bite into the candy.
Products containing cannabidiol are sweeping the country, and the creator of the US' most iconic candy beans has joined the trend.
By Janet Burns, Women@forbes. Forbes. Wed, 13 Mar 2019 16:06:00 -0400.
The Health Sciences Authority (HSA) issued an alert yesterday warning people not to buy or consume two unsafe products - Hickel and Solomon Island Soloco Traditional Candy (Soloco).
Straits Times. Wed, 27 Feb 2019 05:00:00 +0800.