Most of the candy that you see on grocery store shelves is processed and high in sugar. Consider a healthier alternative for your loved one this year.
The Fox News host attacked the minor brand changes as "woke" and declared that M&M's wouldn't stop until "you're totally turned off." Maya Rudolph will replace the cartoons as M&M's spokeswoman.
Experts say misinformation about candy laced with drugs happens every Halloween. But public alarm from a DEA warning about bright-colored fentanyl pills remains.
Candy Funhouse's chief candy officer will taste test over 3,500 products a month. Applicants can be as young as 5 years old.
A suit has been filed against the maker of Skittles over titanium dioxide, a color additive that has been on the market for decades but which has been banned in food by European authorities.
In addition to handing out candy, places that display teal pumpkins also give out non-food items such as glow sticks or stickers. The movement took off quickly on social media and continues to grow.
The popular SweetHearts will be tougher to find this Valentine's Day. The company that used to make the candy went out of business. Its new owners aren't ready to start making new batches yet.
Rumors of the impending demise of NECCO have sparked a renewed interest in the company's products — especially its famous, eponymous, chalky wafers that some people love to hate.
Candy is supposed to be sweet and delicious. So why are we tempted by candy that pretends to be made of hazardous chemicals, that threatens to nuke our tastebuds, or that dares us to be disgusted?
Jami Curl is a homemade candy evangelist. The sweet stuff can be made from "real" ingredients — and you can do it at home. The process can be intimidating, but also kind of magical.