Good & Plenty Licorice Candy Theater Box

Hershey's

$3.50 

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Old Fashioned Candy from 1893!

These are so very "good" you'll definitely want "plenty" of them! (hence the name!) The Good & Plenty Licorice Candy will certainly give you "plenty" of deliciousness! Comes in pink and white crunchy candy coated shells, filled with the amazing taste of black licorice. Good & Plenty have a very addictive quality to them, be sure to have "plenty" extra for sharing during your movie time! Introduced in 1893, Good & Plenty Licorice Candy is the oldest branded candy in the United States! 
  • Kosher Certified Parve
  • Made in the USA

6 oz.

Ingredients:

Sugar, corn syrup, enriched wheat flour (flour, niacin, ferrous sulfate, thiamin, mononitrate, riboflavin, and folic acid), molasses, contains 2% or less of: artificial color (k-carmine, red 40 lake), gum acacia, licorice extract: modified cornstarch, salt, caramel color, resinous glaze, carnauba wax, anise oil, natural and artificial flavor, sulfur dioxide, to maintain freshness.

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