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Things You Didn’t Know About the 20 Most Popular Halloween Candies

Things You Didn’t Know About the 20 Most Popular Halloween Candies

Halloween and candy go together like peanut butter and jelly, milk and cookies, and salt and pepper. Can you imagine trick-or-treating and only getting change and toothbrushes? Or going to a Halloween party and eating only appetizers and no sugary confections? It’s practically inconceivable!

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As you fill up your plastic pumpkin to pass out candy to little ghouls and ghosts this Halloween season, you may find yourself wondering what some of the origins of these Halloween candies actually are. And after you learn about that, you may want to know even more about your favorite popular Halloween candies. And that’s where we come in!

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At this point, you're probably looking for a new show to watch (and inevitably become obsessed with). You've finished everything on your list and all of your reality TV go-tos just aren't hitting the same. It may sound crazy, but we think you should be mixing in some educational programming into your queue, and lucky for you, The HISTORY Channel is bringing back The Food That Built America for season two on Tuesday, February 9. (Full disclosure: Our editorial director Jo Saltz makes an appearance in a bunch of episodes this forthcoming season!)

The show focuses on the origin stories behind the iconic brands we know and love, ranging from pizza chains to the candies you probably have in your pantry as we speak. Hosted by Adam Richman, The Food That Built America features reenactments and expert commentary about the history of America's favorite foods, so you can learn some fun new facts to throw around at the dinner table or keep in your back pocket for your next trivia night.


8 Things To Know About The HISTORY Channel's 'The Food That Built America'

At this point, you're probably looking for a new show to watch (and inevitably become obsessed with). You've finished everything on your list and all of your reality TV go-tos just aren't hitting the same. It may sound crazy, but we think you should be mixing in some educational programming into your queue, and lucky for you, The HISTORY Channel is bringing back The Food That Built America for season two on Tuesday, February 9. (Full disclosure: Our editorial director Jo Saltz makes an appearance in a bunch of episodes this forthcoming season!)

The show focuses on the origin stories behind the iconic brands we know and love, ranging from pizza chains to the candies you probably have in your pantry as we speak. Hosted by Adam Richman, The Food That Built America features reenactments and expert commentary about the history of America's favorite foods, so you can learn some fun new facts to throw around at the dinner table or keep in your back pocket for your next trivia night.


8 Things To Know About The HISTORY Channel's 'The Food That Built America'

At this point, you're probably looking for a new show to watch (and inevitably become obsessed with). You've finished everything on your list and all of your reality TV go-tos just aren't hitting the same. It may sound crazy, but we think you should be mixing in some educational programming into your queue, and lucky for you, The HISTORY Channel is bringing back The Food That Built America for season two on Tuesday, February 9. (Full disclosure: Our editorial director Jo Saltz makes an appearance in a bunch of episodes this forthcoming season!)

The show focuses on the origin stories behind the iconic brands we know and love, ranging from pizza chains to the candies you probably have in your pantry as we speak. Hosted by Adam Richman, The Food That Built America features reenactments and expert commentary about the history of America's favorite foods, so you can learn some fun new facts to throw around at the dinner table or keep in your back pocket for your next trivia night.


8 Things To Know About The HISTORY Channel's 'The Food That Built America'

At this point, you're probably looking for a new show to watch (and inevitably become obsessed with). You've finished everything on your list and all of your reality TV go-tos just aren't hitting the same. It may sound crazy, but we think you should be mixing in some educational programming into your queue, and lucky for you, The HISTORY Channel is bringing back The Food That Built America for season two on Tuesday, February 9. (Full disclosure: Our editorial director Jo Saltz makes an appearance in a bunch of episodes this forthcoming season!)

The show focuses on the origin stories behind the iconic brands we know and love, ranging from pizza chains to the candies you probably have in your pantry as we speak. Hosted by Adam Richman, The Food That Built America features reenactments and expert commentary about the history of America's favorite foods, so you can learn some fun new facts to throw around at the dinner table or keep in your back pocket for your next trivia night.


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At this point, you're probably looking for a new show to watch (and inevitably become obsessed with). You've finished everything on your list and all of your reality TV go-tos just aren't hitting the same. It may sound crazy, but we think you should be mixing in some educational programming into your queue, and lucky for you, The HISTORY Channel is bringing back The Food That Built America for season two on Tuesday, February 9. (Full disclosure: Our editorial director Jo Saltz makes an appearance in a bunch of episodes this forthcoming season!)

The show focuses on the origin stories behind the iconic brands we know and love, ranging from pizza chains to the candies you probably have in your pantry as we speak. Hosted by Adam Richman, The Food That Built America features reenactments and expert commentary about the history of America's favorite foods, so you can learn some fun new facts to throw around at the dinner table or keep in your back pocket for your next trivia night.


8 Things To Know About The HISTORY Channel's 'The Food That Built America'

At this point, you're probably looking for a new show to watch (and inevitably become obsessed with). You've finished everything on your list and all of your reality TV go-tos just aren't hitting the same. It may sound crazy, but we think you should be mixing in some educational programming into your queue, and lucky for you, The HISTORY Channel is bringing back The Food That Built America for season two on Tuesday, February 9. (Full disclosure: Our editorial director Jo Saltz makes an appearance in a bunch of episodes this forthcoming season!)

The show focuses on the origin stories behind the iconic brands we know and love, ranging from pizza chains to the candies you probably have in your pantry as we speak. Hosted by Adam Richman, The Food That Built America features reenactments and expert commentary about the history of America's favorite foods, so you can learn some fun new facts to throw around at the dinner table or keep in your back pocket for your next trivia night.


8 Things To Know About The HISTORY Channel's 'The Food That Built America'

At this point, you're probably looking for a new show to watch (and inevitably become obsessed with). You've finished everything on your list and all of your reality TV go-tos just aren't hitting the same. It may sound crazy, but we think you should be mixing in some educational programming into your queue, and lucky for you, The HISTORY Channel is bringing back The Food That Built America for season two on Tuesday, February 9. (Full disclosure: Our editorial director Jo Saltz makes an appearance in a bunch of episodes this forthcoming season!)

The show focuses on the origin stories behind the iconic brands we know and love, ranging from pizza chains to the candies you probably have in your pantry as we speak. Hosted by Adam Richman, The Food That Built America features reenactments and expert commentary about the history of America's favorite foods, so you can learn some fun new facts to throw around at the dinner table or keep in your back pocket for your next trivia night.


8 Things To Know About The HISTORY Channel's 'The Food That Built America'

At this point, you're probably looking for a new show to watch (and inevitably become obsessed with). You've finished everything on your list and all of your reality TV go-tos just aren't hitting the same. It may sound crazy, but we think you should be mixing in some educational programming into your queue, and lucky for you, The HISTORY Channel is bringing back The Food That Built America for season two on Tuesday, February 9. (Full disclosure: Our editorial director Jo Saltz makes an appearance in a bunch of episodes this forthcoming season!)

The show focuses on the origin stories behind the iconic brands we know and love, ranging from pizza chains to the candies you probably have in your pantry as we speak. Hosted by Adam Richman, The Food That Built America features reenactments and expert commentary about the history of America's favorite foods, so you can learn some fun new facts to throw around at the dinner table or keep in your back pocket for your next trivia night.


8 Things To Know About The HISTORY Channel's 'The Food That Built America'

At this point, you're probably looking for a new show to watch (and inevitably become obsessed with). You've finished everything on your list and all of your reality TV go-tos just aren't hitting the same. It may sound crazy, but we think you should be mixing in some educational programming into your queue, and lucky for you, The HISTORY Channel is bringing back The Food That Built America for season two on Tuesday, February 9. (Full disclosure: Our editorial director Jo Saltz makes an appearance in a bunch of episodes this forthcoming season!)

The show focuses on the origin stories behind the iconic brands we know and love, ranging from pizza chains to the candies you probably have in your pantry as we speak. Hosted by Adam Richman, The Food That Built America features reenactments and expert commentary about the history of America's favorite foods, so you can learn some fun new facts to throw around at the dinner table or keep in your back pocket for your next trivia night.


8 Things To Know About The HISTORY Channel's 'The Food That Built America'

At this point, you're probably looking for a new show to watch (and inevitably become obsessed with). You've finished everything on your list and all of your reality TV go-tos just aren't hitting the same. It may sound crazy, but we think you should be mixing in some educational programming into your queue, and lucky for you, The HISTORY Channel is bringing back The Food That Built America for season two on Tuesday, February 9. (Full disclosure: Our editorial director Jo Saltz makes an appearance in a bunch of episodes this forthcoming season!)

The show focuses on the origin stories behind the iconic brands we know and love, ranging from pizza chains to the candies you probably have in your pantry as we speak. Hosted by Adam Richman, The Food That Built America features reenactments and expert commentary about the history of America's favorite foods, so you can learn some fun new facts to throw around at the dinner table or keep in your back pocket for your next trivia night.


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