No Tricks, Just Great Treats!

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Halloween is in a little more than a week, and we’ve got some great treats for the little ghouls and goblins in your life! If you’re looking for a little something special for parties or treat bags, we’ve got you covered! Our Halloween candy selections include fun sweets for the whole family! Here are some of our favorite Halloween treats.

1)  Halloween gummies like gummy pumpkins, fall gummy bears and fall gummy worms are definitely favorites for kids and adults alike.

2)  Traditionalists may want to try some of our classic sweets, like fall jelly beans.  The combination of orange, lemon and black licorice will really make your taste buds tingle!

3)   Candy corn is one of our favorite fall sweets. Try mixing equal parts candy corn and salted dry roasted peanuts in a bowl for a snack that tastes an awful lot like a Payday candy bar!

4)  Pumpkin spice malted milk balls are a truly special treat that’s great for Halloween or Thanksgiving. We also think these sweet and spicy candies are fantastic for fall wedding favors, and agrees! They featured our pumpkin spice malted milk balls in their “Favor Ideas for Fall Weddings” list. 

5)  Our chewy caramel cob is delicious. The yummy caramel corn and roasted peanuts, shaped into an ear of corn, is a sweet and savory treat!

Want something special for trick-or-treaters? It’s always best to hand out wrapped treats. Scope out our entire selection of wrapped candies for sweets that are safe for kiddies going door-to-door to enjoy! We also offer a large selection of individually packaged snack packs filled with chocolates and sweets! Yum! For a healthier treat, snack packs filled with dried fruitnuts and snacks like trail mix may be your best bet.

What are some of your favorite Halloween treats?


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