Christmas themed candy

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Anyone have any that they use and trust? Tired of the same old thing (junior mints, dots, tootsie rolls) and would like to get dd something new and holiday related to try. She's PA and we avoid TN as well. Thanks for the heads up on safe candy canes, been meaning to ask about those too.

On Dec 8, 2007

what about kisses, rolos, swedish fish. i found lots of kinds of kisses with no warning but always read them.

On Dec 8, 2007

Have you tried Vermont Nut Free (online)? They have many Christmas themed choclates including chocolate santa's & chocolate pops in Christmas themed shapes. Very good. Santa puts those in my kid's stockings. What about Hershey's Kisses (plain), York Peppermint Patties, Whoppers, Marshmallow Peeps, Andes Mints, Wrigley Gum? I've seen all these items in "Christmas" packaging. "Bob's" Candy Canes & "Spangler" Candy canes are safe.

On Dec 9, 2007

How about the [url="http://www.tootsie.com/cella.html"]Cella's[/url] chocolate covered cherries??

On Dec 9, 2007

I've found a great selection at Walgreen's.

See my previous post regarding Cocoa Deli chocolates. Also, I've found gumdrop bells made by Blueberry Hill, Cadbury chocolate candy-coated candies (like Cadbury mini-eggs), Andes individually packaged mints, Kissables, Kisses and your regular selection of safe candies. I came out of there happy this year.

LJ

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