National Candy Day - 2021-11-04
What is National Candy Day?
Candy bars, chocolates, licorice, gumballs, and more. Candy is a favorite for kids and adults all around the world. Originally used as medicine to treat the tummy and soothe sore throats, the first candies were made from fruit and flowers coated in honey. It was only in the 18th century that candy was first brought to America from France and the UK. They were considered a luxury and only the rich had access to candy. The top 2 American favorites, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and M&Ms were created in the 1920s and 1940s and are still enjoyed today. This National Candy Day, buy your favorite candies and savor the sweetness of an American favorite. Post your pictures and stories on social media using #CandyDay.
When is National Candy Day?
We celebrate National Candy Day on November 4th every year by indulging in our favorite sweets and treats.
History of National Candy Day
The origin of National Candy Day is unknown, but we will continue to research who is behind this sweet day.
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