Laffy Taffy Sour Apple & Blue Raspberry Taffy Theater Box

Nestle Candy Shop

$3.50 

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Retro Candy from the 1970s

This retro candy, inspired by Willy Wonka, will add an exciting and fun-filled sweet element to movie night! Laffy Taffy Sour Apple & Blue Raspberry Taffy are luscious, chewy pieces of individually wrapped taffy with a great tasting, fruity combination of Sour Apple and Blue Raspberry. Not only is this candy as magically delicious as Willy Wonka is, but it's also fun! Every wrapper comes with a joke, so even if your movie isn't all that "funny" your candy will be filled with laughs!
  • Made in the USA
  • No Artificial Flavours

3.3 oz Theater Pack | 8 Count Box

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Ingredients: 

Corn Syrup, Sugar, Palm Oil, and Less than 2% of Malic Acid, Mono- and Diglycerides, Hydrogenated Cottonseed Oil, Salt, Soy Lecithin, Natural Flavor, Blue 1, Yellow 5.

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