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About 400 pieces per pound
Price per pound
At first look, a person may wonder how beans are candy but don't worry Boston Baked Beans aren't really beans at all. They get their name because of their unique shape but they are all candy and delightfully delicious. These candy covered peanuts have been associated with the great city of Boston since they were first introduced many years ago.
They are red in color but the greatest thing about these treats is that they provide a crunchy delicious flavor to any occasion. The traditions Boston Baked Beans were always red, but in these modern times you can get these treats in a rainbow of color. That means that you can find green ones for St. Patrick's Day or orange ones for Halloween. The Boston Baked Bean has been a very popular candy for over a hundred years and that is because all people love nuts covered in a candy coating.
Sucrose, peanuts, corn syrup, corn starch, gum arabic. Containes less than 2% of the following: artifical flavor, confectioners glaze, beeswax, carnuba wax, yellow 5, yellow 6, red 4, blue 2.
The Boston Baked Beans candies we ordered from you are fantabulous! They were so fresh and the color was better than any others we've had in the past. They are my husband's favorite fall candy and now my daughter loves them to. They don't even compare to the others we have had in the past. We purchased the candy in bulk 5lbs and in two weeks they are nearly gone. You have the best prices we have found and the shipping was quick and reasonable in price as well. We will definitely be repeat customers. Thank you!!! :D
Pros: Very Fresh
Just like I remember as a kid. It is so hard to find in local stores.
Pros: Fresh and tasty.
I have ordered the Boston Baked Beans in bulk from candystore.com several times. EVERY order has been fresh, very fast AND delicious!
I grew up in Southern California in the 50's and 60's, and back then these candies were one penny for a turn of the handle on the dispenser outside every grocery store. I loved them. Years later, I tried to find them again, only to be disappointed by the usual Boston Baked Beans available on the East coast which have a much thicker and softer candy coating -- not nearly as good as these. These are made by Sconza still in Oakland
couldn't get over how good they were even though they weren't as sweet as other brands ordered both red and multi colored both great
Pros: flavor and colors
These are good. My wife and I can eat a pound watching TV, in one night!