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Cracker Jack Candy 1.25-Ounce Bags: 24-Piece Box

Frederick William Rueckheim was a German immigrant, modestly making a living selling popcorn on the streets of Chicago in the 19th century. In 1896, with the help of his brother, the two stumbled upon a secret recipe for molasses-flavored, candy-coated popcorn and peanuts, and they soon developed a…



MLB Team Baseball PEZ Candy Packs - Chicago Cubs: 12-Piece Box

…MLB team logos embossed on each baseball candy dispenser. Perfect for snacks at the ball park or little league team events alike. Team: Chicago Cubs Unit Price = $2.00/pack. Display box contains 12 blister packs of MLB Baseball Chicago Cubs PEZ Dispensers with Candy. Shipping Weight ~ 4 lbs.



MLB Baseball PEZ Candy Packs: 12-Piece Box

…team from among 12 designs! Perfect for snacks at the ball park or little league team events alike. Teams include: Atlanta Braves Boston Red Sox Chicago Cubs Cleveland Indians Detroit Tigers Los Angeles Dodgers New York Mets New York Yankees Philadelphia Phillies San Francisco Giants St. Louis…



Reed's Hard Candy Rolls - Peppermint: 24-Piece Box

Reed's candy rolls were first produced in 1800s by William and Eugene Reed of Chicago. The first flavor was butterscotch with other flavors added along the way, including the classic peppermint flavor offered here. Crafted from the same recipe invented so long ago, your taste buds will take a…



Salt Water Taffy - Blueberry: 5LB Bag

…grown in North America in one year were spread out in a single layer, they would cover a four-lane highway that stretched from New York to Chicago. Oddly enough, we think this is nearly equivalent to the amount of blueberry flavored taffy our candy elves have eaten in the past week. Deliciously…



Tesla's Tiny Twist Pops - Assorted: 48-Piece Jar

…attempted to claim that Tesla’s new alternating current system was dangerous, Tesla decided to prove him wrong at the 1893 World Exposition in Chicago… by passing high frequency AC power through his own body to turn on light bulbs! Well, we hold a special appreciation for the wacky, zany, and a…


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