Cuckoo for Candy

May 2005
Convenience Store News;5/30/2005, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p18
Trade Publication
Product Review
The article focuses on some new confectionery products. Abba-Zaba Sour Apple is a new spinoff from Annabelle Candy Co. Inc.'s Abba-Zaba, which the company says has been an iconic candy brand on the West Coast since the 1920s. Abba-Zaba Sour Apple is a 2-ounce bar with thick chewy apple-flavored taffy filled with creamy peanut butter in the center. New for Halloween 2005, RM Palmer Co. introduced Spiderman Liquid Gummies to its collection of colorful candies. The gummies, filled with cherry and blue-raspberry liquid, have a red Spiderman head and blue oval piece embossed with the spider icon.


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