Walking into Economy Candy on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, it’s hard to know where to look first. To the foil-clad chocolate rabbits standing sentinel atop sacks of chocolate eggs? The stacks of kosher-for-Passover jelly rings and chocolate pops across the narrow aisle? The facing...
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An Israeli candy company has signed a contract with Wal-Mart to provide chocolate coins for Christmas.
Carmit Candy Industries Ltd. has received an order for Christmas 2010 for $500,000, the Israeli business daily Globes reported.
Carmit had sales of $8 million in the United States in 2009.
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If you've ever tried to split a Big Hunk candy bar -- the kind made out of brittle white nougat and peanuts -- then you understand a typical breakup. It's usually not neat, like a Kit Kat, two for you, two for me, let's go our separate ways and we'll run into each other in three...