The Internet-the most modern of our tools of commerce and information distribution-has become an incredible resource for people looking to buy or sell old things, whether antique furniture, baseball cards, Smurfs memorabilia, or candy. No, not the petrified M&Ms you might find buried in your couch, but classic treats like Mallo Cups, Long Boys Coconut Candy Rolls, Sugar Daddy suckers, Mary Janes, and NECCO Wafers. It's surprising to find out how many old-fashioned candies remain in production, and while they're not likely to be at your local convenience store, you can buy them with a few clicks of a mouse. So in honor of Halloween, we scoured the Web for the best in retro teeth ruination and came up with the following blasts from the past.
There are dozens of sites selling retro candy. One of our favorites is www.bigtipscandy.com, where you can get a collection of 15 classic candy bars from around the country, many of which are normally only available in certain regions. TheRead More »from Take a trip down memory lane with these retro treats