Food of the Seventies, Candy Dots

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little pink, blue, and yellow dots on wax paper that tasted just like plain sugar
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oldenough - February 24, 2009 - Report this comment
I remeber a rumour that this candy was being discontinued because it looked similar to a form of acid (drug) that was being sold on sheets of paper.
Rob Lambert - March 09, 2018 - Report this comment
The actual name was Candy Buttons on those wax paper strips. The Cumberland Valley (Maryland) Candy Co. created this around 1947. The Necco Company acquired rights to product in 1980. A waste of paper and sugar, hard on the teeth.

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