Hard Candy

Hard candies started to become popular in the 19th century. Some of the earliest types of candies that were considered hard candies included lemon flavored candy drops and peppermint candy drops. In the Great Exhibition in London, in 1851, French-style candies, with a cream center, came onto the market for the first time. Hard candies appeal to those who desire a sweet treat that takes its time rather than the quick bite of sweetness you get from a gummy or a piece of chocolate.
Hard Candy
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Dextrose Guppies
Dextrose Mini Silly Bananas
Candy Blox Hard
Candy Blox
Old Fashioned Lemon Drops
Zotz Hard Candy
Candy Buttons Hard
Sweetarts Mini Twists Hard Candy
Smarties® Rolls Hard Candy
Smarties® Candy Necklace
Psychedelic Jawbreaker 2 1/4 Hard Candy
Psychedelic Jawbreaker 1"
Jaw Busters Hard Candy
Jaw Busters
Lemonhead® Hard Candy
Go Organic Hard Candies Candy
Jolly Rancher Hard Candy
ZaZoLi Sweets® RVA Rock Candy
Zazoli Sweets® Fruit Flavored Rock Candy Hard
Blots Gum Center Jawbreakers 1
Warheads Smashups Hard Candy
Strawberry Rocks (Bumlingar Jordgubb) Hard Candy
Peppermint Puffs Hard Candy
Go Organic Starlight Mints Hard Candy
Eliza Jayne's Watermelon Candies
Eliza Jayne Super Sours Hard Candy
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