Bonomo Turkish Taffy - Vanilla

Bonomo Turkish Taffy

$38.40 
Bonomo Turkish Taffy-Vanilla-24CT

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Bonomo Vanilla Turkish Taffy Candy Bars

Old Fashioned & Nostalgic Candy

Bonomo Turkish Taffy Vanilla is delicious old time candy that you will from when you were a kid. Bonomo Turkish Taffy was first made  in 1949, and by the 1960's it was the number one selling candy all across North America! We loved to Smack it and crack it on the sidewalk. And this delicious taffy seem to last forever.

Bonomo Turkish Taffy Vanilla was sadly discontinued in 1989, as the company changed hands, but then a surprising turn of events in 2003! A press release stated it's triumphant return to the Retro Candy world! Candy lovers will delight! Kids-this will be your new favorite Nostalgic Candy!

Bonomo Turkish Taffy flavours include: Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry, and Banana.

Smack it, crack it... Oh yeah!

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1.5 oz Taffy Bars | 24 CT BOX

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