CANDIE


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The SSMO cautioned in a statement obtained by Sudan Tribune schools' principals and parents against the dangers of carcinogenic candies sold in the commercial markets particularly in groceries close to primary schools in South Darfur capital of Nyala.
Blue Candies brand knitwear, intends to change the way women think about knitwear and how they will look and feel in it.
To cope with the high demand, many vendors set up temporary stalls just for selling candies and nuts.
Inside the Museo del Dulce, the story is told through candies and drinks from both time periods.
Earlier in the summer, California assemblyman Marco Firebaugh proposed a bill that would have banned candies containing more than 0.
Are you saying then that what's important in these M & M candies is what's on the inside?
Either way, Wong must develop a foolproof formula to churn out millions of candies that taste exactly alike and will stay fresh for as long as possible.
Rating candies based on their fat and sugar content raises a problem.
See's Candies celebrates National Lollypop Day on July 20th.
These are flavors that help translate traditional, delicious candies for modern audiences," said Andrew Schuman, Hammond's president and CEO.
Here are some facts about Easter candies from the National Confectioners Association:
Grupo Lorena makes candies for The Candy Company, Albert's and Spain's Chupa-Chups.