NECCO Wafers Assorted



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Old Fashioned & Nostalgic Candy

NECCO Wafers Assorted

Necco Wafers Assorted is a simple, sweet, Old Fashioned Candy. In 1847 Oliver Chase invented the machine that could cut candy wafers, and thus, the Necco Wafers were born! Necco Wafers have made some impressive history. The explorer Donald MacMillian handed these out to all the Inuit children during his journey to the North. During WWII, the U.S. Government requested a huge portion of NECCO Wafers Assorted for the American soldiers as part of their rations. As NECCO Wafers do not melt and seldom break. In 2009, NECCO Wafers tried to change the original recipe, but there was such outrage from the fans, NECCO quickly went back to its original delicious recipe. There are approximately 630 million NECCO Wafers made each year. If they were placed edge to edge, NECCO Wafers would circle the earth, twice! That's a lot of Necco candy! You"ll get quite an assortment in the original flavours : Lemon, Lime, Orange, Clove, Cinnamon, Wintergreen, Licorice and Chocolate!

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