Reese's Pieces Candy Theater Box

Hershey's

$3.50 

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Retro Candy from the 1970s

These crunchy candy gems are filled with the delectable taste of Reese"s Peanut Butter. With a perfect crunchy candy shell on the outside and smooth and sweet peanut butter filling on the inside. Loved by our beloved extraterrestrial friend, E.T. Reeses Pieces Candy Theater Box will make any movie a "blockbuster" night! Reeses Pieces Candy also happens to taste great with buttery popcorn. A classic movie candy companion that will make any movie night extra indulgent! 
  • Kosher Certified Dairy
  • Made in the USA 

4 oz.

Ingredients:

Sugar, partially defatted peanuts, partially hydrogenated vegetable oil (palm kernel oil and soybean oil), corn syrup, dextrose, contains 2% or less of artificial color (yellow 5 lake, red 40 lake, yellow 6 lake, blue 1 lake), salt, resinous glaze, soy lecithin, modified cornstarch, carnauba wax, vanillin, artificial flavor, milk.

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