Category Archives: Peanut Butter
For today’s post, I’m going to share my collection of vintage wrappers from Boyer, a company best-known for their classic Mallo Cup. I’ve got a great range of historical Mallo Cup wrappers to show you as well as a few … Continue reading
Back in 1972 the Peter Paul company, best known for their Mounds and Almond Joy offerings, released a bar to the market named for what it didn’t include rather than what it did. The No Jelly bar.
As a candy packaging collector, it’s always fun when a standard brand undergoes a packaging redesign. The evolution of packaging design is one of the aspects of collecting that I find the most fascinating. So it was with a great … Continue reading
After two big posts on Friday and Saturday, I intended to wrap-up my Wonka Weekend with visual timelines on Sunday, but had to stop the presses for last-minute new material. So the timelines are being delivered today, just a day … Continue reading
I’ve said many times that what I love about candy history is that there are always surprises in store, even when you think you’ve got something all figured out. Well, last night was no different. A few hours after getting … Continue reading
Willy Wonka’s Oompas stand as one of my all-time favorite candy treats. I loved them as a kid, and I’ve really enjoyed digging into the history of them as a collector.
As I teased yesterday, today’s article is the first half of a two-day span of coverage for the original two Wonka candy treats. Today, we’ll be talking about Willy Wonka’s Super Skrunch. It might sound like an odd name, but … Continue reading
This Friday and Saturday, CollectingCandy.com will feature back-to-back posts on the two original offerings of the Wonka candy brand. Included will be several never-before-seen wrappers that should serve as fun surprises. I’m excited to bring these important pieces of Wonka … Continue reading
Some days I have trouble coming up with a topic for CollectingCandy, and some days it’s like the pieces just fall into place. For today’s column, I was really drawing a blank. So, as I sometimes do, I took my … Continue reading