Candy handed out on Halloween night by someone in the town of Aloha, Oregon, tested positive for methamphetamine, according to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.
It’s the most wonderful time of year for ghouls, goblins and spooks of all ages. Online grocer Peapod recently released its third-annual list of the top candy favored for trick-or-treating, according to their sales numbers. Spoiler: Candy corn makes an appearance.
Halloween is an exciting time for kiddos, eager to strut the streets in creative costumes. But their end-of-the-night haul can be truly terrifying for parents.
KKK literature has been distributed to several homes near historic Leesburg, prompting anger and disgust among residents.
See which sweets sailed to the top in WTOP’s first-ever Candy Crush-Off.
Behold: The WTOP Halloween Candy Crush-Off 2017, a scientifically unscientific yet officially official survey that settles, once and for all, which confections rule D.C.-area palates.
A global group of candymakers are promising healthier products, including replacing the label “King Size” with “Sharing Size” on larger serving sizes of their products.
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Twix is the D.C. Halloween favorite. Influenster.com, a retail review website, surveyed over 40,000 people to find out which Halloween candies are most popular in each state.
When it comes to Halloween candy in the D.C. area, many people are reaching for the chocolate to distribute to trick-or-treaters. Peapod has examined its Halloween candy sales so far through October.
In such small print that it’s easy to miss, Mars has started to include the labeling of genetically modified organisms (GMO) on its candy and chocolate packaging.
(NEW YORK) — What type of candy should you buy to keep trick-or-treaters at your door on Halloween? The answer may surprise you — it’s candy corn, according to a new unscientific poll. The shopping…
A recent survey from National Confectioners Association found which group of people is most likely to have candy — and lots of it — for trick-or-treaters.
National Confectioners Association says 87 percent of parents will buy or create
Easter baskets for their kids and 81 percent of them will steal
candy back from their kids\’ Easter stash.
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