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10 Halloween Gummy Candy

Posted on August 22nd, 2022
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Written By Sam Henselijn

Gummy Candy. Halloween is a celebration of all things dark and spooky. In the United States. The holiday is marked by a few curious traditions like trick-or-treating and pumpkin carving. But of course, it’s all about one thing: the candy. Here are 10 Halloween gummy candy. 

What type of gummy candy should you be handing out for Halloween? 

So which candies are you planning to hand out this year? Nobody wants to be the “bad candy” house, so keep reading to discover some of our best selling themed treats, from pumpkin candy and Halloween gummies to spider treats and even eyeball candy! 

With so many options to choose from, sticking with the classics

Caramel-candy-corn-perspective-halloween-candy Caramel Candy Corn

is always a safe bet. Candy corn is delicious, sure. But it’s even better when paired with rich caramel. Trick or treaters will go crazy for our Caramel Candy Corn. Speaking of caramel, do yourself a favor and try our Salted Caramel Pretzel Bites as well. It’s the perfect sweet and salty snack, and completely addictive!

A more sophisticated option would be our Mint Cookie Bites. These little bites of chocolate cookies covered in a chocolate mint coating are incredibly decadent, and will certainly please anyone lucky enough to knock on your door this year. 

Flavored nuts are always a hit, and something a bit unexpected to get on Halloween, which is also fun. Nothing could be more festive (or delicious) than our Pumpkin Pie Almonds. They’re made with chocolate, a dash of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and cloves: all the classic warm autumn flavors. 

Last but not least: don’t forget to get some gummies for the little ones! Besides their amazing taste, all the fun shapes will make the season feel even more festive. You could also use these to decorate your table or compliment your dessert recipes. Check out our selection of Halloween Gummy Candy – gummy pumpkin, hairy spiders, worms, eyeballs, pineapples, and sour green apples. 

Halloween Fun Facts 

* Candy corn was originally called chicken feed! That’s right, the most iconic Halloween Candy used to have a different name. Because corn was commonly used to feed chickens, the confection was called “Chicken Feed”. The box was even marked with a colorful rooster! 

  • Stephen Clarke holds the record for the world’s fastest pumpkin carving time. He did a great job in under 24.03 seconds, beating his previous record of 54.72 seconds! 
  • Black and orange, the colors everyone associates with Halloween, are more symbolic than you may think. Orange indicates the harvest of autumn, while black is a symbol of darkness and a reminder that the holiday once was a festival that celebrated the boundaries between life and death. 
  • Pumpkins are technically a fruit, not a vegetable! Scientifically speaking, a pumpkin is a fruit because, basically, anything that originated from a flower is botanically a fruit.
  • The city of Des Moines holds a hilarious tradition called beggars’ night. The night before Halloween, young children will hit the streets for Beggars’ Night. It’s very similar to Halloween, except kids are expected to tell a joke, poem or perform a “trick” for a treat.
  • The City of Keene holds the record for The greatest Jack O’ Lantern display. They broke the Guiness World Record in 2913 by lighting 30.581 pumpkins! The city is still committed to their winning status, and has since broken their own record eight times.
  • Back in the day, women would play Halloween games to learn more about their future husbands. There was a time when the holiday was associated with courtship, with several popular activities revolving around the pursuit of love. One game involved removing the skin of an apple and tossing the peel over your shoulder. The peel would then indicate the first initial of the woman’s future suitor.

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