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About 90 pieces per pound
Length: 1.5-inches each.
Price per pound
Get ready for a mouthful of classic deliciousness! In sour cherry, butterscotch, apple, licorice, tangerine, strawberry, peppermint, pineapple, wild cherry, and lemon, these amazing Assorted Rods Hard Candies will satisfy any sweet tooth.
Covered in a crinkly, pretty cellophane wrapper, these little hard candies make a great addition to any gift basket or present. Wrap some up in goodie bags for a little one's birthday, set an assortment out in a candy dish, even bring some to a friend's house the next time you visit. The fruity rainbow of these hard candies is sure to please candy lovers of all ages.
These are very good!
Pros: very good candy
Cons: Not the candy, but the purchase arrangement. It would be nice to have small amount available. I am not a restaurant and need some to share with senior friends.
We always look forward to hosting a conference in a hotel that places this candy on our conference tables. It is amazing to watch during the conference all the veterans picking out their favorite flavor of this candy. I usually picked out the wild cherry and then my next is the peppermint. Thank you for this particular candy. I hope I win as our next conference will be at Frank Phillips College in Borger, Texas on June 3, 4, 5, 2011. This is a small community and I know this candy will not be on our conference tables. I am the President of the State of Texas Vietnam Veterans of America. Again thanks for the candy!
Pros: The different flavors and watching my fellow veterans fighting over their favorite flavor.
Cons: No dislikes
I enjoy all the flavors. i would not want to give this candy to children. The shape of it could be serious choking hazard. Even an adult could choke on it.
Cons: choking hazard
Easy to order. Very affordable. Everyone who I share my candy with thinks the floors are so good.
I always have a candy dish full for visitors and myself.
Pros: Delicious flavors. If I could eliminate one it would be the licorice.
Cons: Tooooooo many licorice.