Earlier this year we were excited to announce a competition set by the M&M’S brand in celebration of their 75th anniversary. The three contenders were Honey Nut, Chile Nut, and Coffee Nut. Over 1 million fans of the chocolate morsels participated in the flavor frenzy each voting for their favorite, and now the results are finally in.
Amezaiku is the Japanese art of candy sculpting, and if you haven’t heard of it before, you’re in for a treat!
“Ame” means candy, while “saiku” means a craft or piece of handiwork, hence the name Amezaiku, or candy sculpture. These clever crafts are often found at Japanese festivals, and are are a popular novelty food item!
18-year-olds Wesley Moore (left), Devin Grothe (middle), and Austin Jordan are all accused of breaking into a Little League clubhouse and stealing candy in the wee hours of the morning. Image by Fresno Police Department via KMJ NOW.
It may sound like something straight out of a Scooby-Doo episode, but it ended up being a real-life scenario that three Central Valley teens faced moments before getting booked into the Fresno County Jail.
Have you ever wanted something in your childhood, but just never had the money to get it when you were younger? Well, hopefully you have the same level of persistence as Bruce Weiner!
Red, one of the many anthropomorphic M&M mascots, dressed in military fatigues. Image Source.
Did you know that M&Ms candies we enjoy were once a military-exclusive treat?
During World War II, the U.S. military sought to figure out a way in which troops could transport high-energy, low-volume consumables exposed to a variety of temperatures and adverse weather conditions.