National Cotton Candy Day - 2021-12-07
What is National Cotton Candy Day?
National Cotton Candy Day is a holiday where we celebrate the deliciousness of cotton candy. The first mention of cotton candy was in 1848, but it wasn't until 1920 that it became a sweet staple at state fairs and carnivals. It's said to have been invented by accident when a vendor dropped sugar into his machine to make popcorn. Originally cotton candies were just white. During the 20th century, cotton candy became available in many colors and flavors. Today, the two most popular colors are blue raspberry and pink vanilla, both of which were originally formulated by the Gold Medal brand (which uses the names “Boo Blue” and “Silly Nilly”).
When is National Cotton Candy Day?
National Cotton Candy Day is celebrated every December 7 to honor the popular confection. While this sweet treat brings joy to many people's lives, dentists are dismayed at its impact on teeth.
History of National Cotton Candy Day
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