It’s quite amazing that some of the candies we love have been around for more than 150 years! Have a read to see which one is the oldest!!!
These communion like wafers have a styrofoam like outside and candy pebbles inside. We know, sounds odd, but they’re super fun to eat and to watch people's faces as they discover what they’re all about. Made in 1960.
Small, hard, chalky candies on a string fun to wear and eat one by one. Make a great bracelet too. Made in 1958.
Sour and sweet sugar powder housed in a paper straw. These are little candy pick me ups. Made in 1952.
A classic wrapper holds 4 different candy bar segments inside. Break one off and save the rest for later. Made in 1938.
A transparent wrapper that showcases these jelly gummies, they come in 5 different flavors and colors of the rainbow. Old school at its best. Made in 1921.
From the Goetze company in Baltimore, MD these chewy caramel sticks have a creamy center. Bet you can’t eat just one! Made in 1917.
One of the coolest wrappers in yellow with a red stripe, these scream Nostalgia. Peanut butter taffy originally made in 1914.
“Smack em and Crack em” is the motto. This bar of taffy is meant to be hit against a table and broken into small bites for sharing. And a beautiful wrapper to boot! Made in 1912.
Everyone loves a tootsie roll. Chocolate, fudgy, chewy candy that has become an American classic. Made in 1896.
Still produced in Cambridge Massachusetts, these chalky discs are the oldest candy still kickin. They come in chocolate, tropical and original. First made in 1847! Wow, that's impressive.
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