Most Wanted Novelty Items - Sweets and Snacks 2011
Candy We Waited the Longest For - Sweets & Snacks 2011

Candy that Surprised Me - Sweets and Snacks 2011

Sweets and Snacks EXPO 2011

1.  The Chocolate Peanut Butter Log from the Albanese Confectionary Group. I love their gummies, they have a few new ones that I'll review later, but WOW!, the milk chocolate on this candy was smooth and tasted fantastic. The peanut butter inside was flaky and dry like the inside of a Butterfinger bar, it was nice and sweet and had a fantastic taste. I could eat a million of these.

Sweets and Snacks EXPO 2011

2.  With a name like Farts, I thought this candy was going to taste terrible, and that is could only be loved by kids under thirteen years old. But surprise, this candy was fantastic. I only tried the fruity flavors but they were really very good. There are only four fruity flavors right now, but they have one hundred twenty six flavors in total. They are going to release the next five flavors after social input from Facebook fans, I believe. This candy is said to be thirty to fourty-five days away from hitting the market. This is one candy you don't want to miss.

Sweets and Snacks EXPO 2011

3.  If you would have told me that Toxic Waste would make a candy I enjoyed that didn't make my mouth hurt, I would have said you were crazy. However, their new Sour Smog Balls are really good. They have a hard outer candy shell with a chewy interior that is nice and sour. Some of them are more sour than the others, but for the most part, this candy has the right amount of sour for me.

Sweets and Snacks EXPO 2011


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