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Christmas Candy

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SilverLining:
 We always bought Allan. But they were bought out, I think by Hershey.

hezzier:
I bought Spangler candy canes.


Was looking at something on line and ran into this...Red Bird Candy Puffs
http://piedmontcandy.com/faqs/

SilverLining:
Not exactly candy....

Metro sells Campbell’s shortbread which is safe for peanut/treenut allergies.

http://www.campbellsshortbread.co.uk

They always sell out, so stock up.

candyguru:

--- Quote from: SilverLining on November 26, 2017, 05:57:02 PM --- We always bought Allan. But they were bought out, I think by Hershey.

--- End quote ---

Yes, we also bought Allan candy canes for many years (Allan was the #1 candy cane manufacturer in Canada) but Hershey bought Allan and then stopped making candy canes so that option was gone.

We now buy TruJoy candy canes at Whole Foods as they are allergy safe.

Most other candy canes in Canada are peanut-free but may contain wheat, or eggs, etc.

When we were in Florida this month we saw lots of safe Sprangler candy canes at Walmart.

hezzier:

--- Quote from: SilverLining on November 30, 2017, 06:46:08 AM ---Not exactly candy....

Metro sells Campbell’s shortbread which is safe for peanut/treenut allergies.

http://www.campbellsshortbread.co.uk

They always sell out, so stock up.

--- End quote ---


I found some the other day, I don't think DS has ever had packaged scottish shortbread before...he probably won't even like it, oh well, more for me!

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