1898: The year when candy corn was made available to the masses. Based in Ohio, Goelitz Confectionery Company, now known as Jelly Belly, claimed candy corn was such a success that it carried the company through two World Wars and the Depression.- huffingtonpost.com
Chicken feed: An early name for candy corn. When the Goelitz Company first produced candy corn, it was marketed as “Chicken Feed.” Boxes were illustrated with a rooster and had a slogan that read: “Something worth crowing for.”- bhg.com
47%: The percentage of people that eat the whole piece of candy corn at once. On the other hand, 43% of people eat the narrow white end first, and 10% of people eat the wide yellow end first. So which way is correct?-mentalfloss.com
Reindeer corn: One of the many other versions of candy corn offered throughout the year. Reindeer corn is red, green, and white for Christmas. Cupid corn is red, pink, and white for Valentine’s Day. They also make Indian corn (Thanksgiving), Bunny corn (Easter), and Freedom corn (4th of July). - hlntv.com
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