What's Inside

You’ll feel like a kid in the candy store when you open your first Classic Candy Box! We have a huge variety of all the classic candy you loved as a kid. Each month you will receive 1 lb - 1.5 lb of full-sized candy (at least 25 pieces) varying in chocolates, hard candies, chewy candies and anything in between. Enjoy different candies each month from the early 1900's to 1980's! Below is just a sampling of some of the candies you can expect to receive.

Zotz

Zotz Candy Zotz is one of those candies that stands the test of time, these little candies are known for their hard outside and their sour fizzle on the inside. The old-school candy was created by G.B. Ambrosoli in Italy, the French candy was brought to the U.S. in 1968.

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ZERO bar

The first ZERO bar was originally introduced as the Double Zero Bar in 1920 and later renamed ZERO in 1934. The double zero was meant to suggest that the bar was “cool” as in the temperature. ZERO was created by the Hollywood Brands Candy Company of Minneapolis, Minnesota. But the

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Zagnut

Zagnut The Zagnut candy bar was first released in 1930 by the D.L Clark Company. The Zagnut is one of the few candies that doesn’t contain any chocolate, although it does contain a small amount of cocoa. Since there is no chocolate to melt, the candy has seen a resurgence

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Yoo-Hoo Bar

The Yoo-hoo bar is a spin-off of one of the most popular childhood chocolate milk drinks. Yoo-Hoo bars are a chocolate milk flavored candy bar. The Yoo-Hoo bar is bigger than the average candy both in size and weight. The Yoo-Hoo bar is 7” long by 3 1/2” wide and

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Wax Fangs

Originally created in the early 1900’s by the American Candy Company, this waxy chewing gum is perfect for any occasion. This fun novelty toy became very popular around Halloween.  

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Wax Bottles

Wax Bottles (Nik-L-Nips) Contrary to popular belief Wax Bottles official name isn’t Wax Bottles. They’re officially known as Nik-L-Nips, the name comes from the original cost of the candy (a nickel) and the “nip” of the top of the bottle to get to the juice.  But no matter what you

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Watermelon Pop Rocks

Pop Rocks are one of the candies that has stood the test of time. They were invented by Leon T. Kremzner and William A. Mitchell, the candy was patented in 1961. Pop Rocks was invented while Mitchell was trying to invent an instant soft drink. Watermelon Pop Rocks are a

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Violet Choward’s

Choward’s mints are a classic mint tablet created by the C. Howard Company in the early 1930’s in New York. The original mint was known as “Choward’s Violet” which was a unique hard square with an unmistakable violet scent and flavor. The classic mint has made many appearances in different

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Violet Canel’s

Violet Canel’s is a classic Mexican white bubblegum tablet. The Violet Canel’s is a staple in the bubble circle for nearly 100 years. The Canel’s company was founded in 1925 in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. Canel’s are considered to be under the umbrella of Mexican Dulces or Mexican Sweets.

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Vanilla Turkish Taffy

Turkish Taffy was invented by Austrian immigrant Herman Herer in 1912. Vanilla Turkish Taffy is a hard and crunchy, yet chewy candy. When the candy was first sold it was sold in large sheets to Woolworth’s. Woolworth’s then broke off the candy using a ball-peen hammer then sold by weight

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Vanilla Charleston Chew

Vanilla Charleston Chew is one of three flavors of Charleston chew that was created in 1925 by the Fox-Cross Candy Company which was founded by stage actor Donley Cross and friend Charlie Fox. Vanilla Charleston Chews were named after a popular dance in the ‘20s the “Charleston”. The Vanilla Charleston

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Vanilla BB Bats

BB Bats were invented by the Fair Play Caramel Company in 1924 in Johnson City, New York. Vanilla BB Bats are a classic taffy candy on a stick that resembles a baseball bat. Throwback to memories of going to your neighborhood corner store after school and getting some BB Bats

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Tutti-Frutti Canel’s

Tutti-Frutti Canel’s is a classic Mexican white bubblegum tablet. The Tutti-Frutti Canel’s is a staple in the bubble circle for nearly 100 years. The Canel’s company was founded in 1925 in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. Canel’s are considered to be under the umbrella of Mexican Dulces or Mexican Sweets.

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Tropical Pop Rocks

Pop Rocks are one of the candies that has stood the test of time. They were invented by Leon T. Kremzner and William A. Mitchell, the candy was patented in 1961. Pop Rocks was invented while Mitchell was trying to invent an instant soft drink. Tropical Pop Rocks are a

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Tropical Guava Choward’s

Choward’s mints are a classic mint tablet created by the C. Howard Company in the early 1930’s in New York. One of the new flavors is Choward’s Tropical Guava, which has been a fan favorite ever since. The classic mint has made many appearances in different novels and movies across

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SweeTarts

SweeTarts SweeTarts was invented in 1962 by Jeff Sousa and is known for being a sweet yet sour candy. SweeTarts were introduced in 1963 as a response to parents who wanted a less messy candy than Pixy Sticks and Fun Dip. SweeTarts come with five different flavors cherry (pink), grape

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Sugar Daddy

Sugar Daddy Sugar Daddy’s were an innovation when they were invented by chocolate salesman Robert Welch in 1925. The new candy innovation was a milk caramel candy bar on a stick. The great part of Sugar Daddy’s is that you can keep enjoying them longer than the average candy bar.

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Sugar Babies

Sugar Babies are the bite-sized version of the Sugar Daddy. Sugar Babies are bite-sized, pan coated, and soft chewy milk caramel candy. The Sugar Babies were developed by the James O. Welch Company in 1935. Sugar Babies are named after a popular song in 1935 “Let Me Be Your Sugar

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Strawberry Turkish Taffy

Turkish Taffy was invented by Austrian immigrant Herman Herer in 1912. Strawberry Turkish Taffy is a hard and crunchy yet chewy candy. When the candy was first sold it was sold in large sheets to Woolworth’s. Woolworth’s then broke off the candy using a ball-peen hammer then sold by weight

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Strawberry Pop Rocks

Pop Rocks are one of the candies that has stood the test of time. They were invented by Leon T. Kremzner and William A. Mitchell, the candy was patented in 1961. Pop Rocks was invented while Mitchell was trying to invent an instant soft drink. Strawberry Pop Rocks are a

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Strawberry Charleston Chew

Strawberry Charleston Chew is one of three flavors of Charleston chew that was created in 1925 by the Fox-Cross Candy Company which was founded by stage actor Donley Cross and friend Charlie Fox. Strawberry Charleston Chews were named after a popular dance in the ‘20s the “Charleston”. The Strawberry Charleston

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Strawberry BB Bats

BB Bats were invented by the Fair Play Caramel Company in 1924 in Johnson City, New York. Strawberry BB Bats are a classic taffy candy on a stick that resembles a baseball bat. Throwback to memories of going to your neighborhood corner store after school and getting some BB Bats

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Spearmint Choward’s

Choward’s mints are a classic mint tablet created by the C. Howard Company in the early 1930’s in New York. One of the new flavors is Choward’s Spearmint, which has been a fan favorite ever since. The classic mint has made many appearances in different novels and movies across different

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Spearmint Canel’s

Spearmint Canel’s is a classic Mexican white bubblegum tablet. The Spearmint Canel’s is a staple in the bubble circle for nearly 100 years. The Canel’s company was founded in 1925 in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. Canel’s are considered to be under the umbrella of Mexican Dulces or Mexican Sweets.

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Smoothie Cup

Smoothie Cup is a classic candy consisting of creamy peanut butter cups and a butterscotch coating. This combination of peanut butter and butterscotch makes for a very unique and very tasty flavor. Smoothie Cup was introduced by the Boyer Brothers Company, which was founded in 1936 by two brothers out

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Smarties

Originating from 1949, these tangy, citrus flavored sweetness have been a memorable candy to all. Each individually wrapped roll includes flavors like pineapple, cherry, strawberry, grape, and orange. Smarties were named after the verb “to smart” which means to have one’s face involuntarily pucker, which happens when you eat a

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Slo Poke

Slo Poke The first Slo Poke was introduced in 1926 by the Holloway Candy Company. The candy is a chewy caramel bar that slowly melts in your mouth, hence the phrase “slo poke”. Today’s Slo poke comes in both a bar and in small bite sized caramel pieces.

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Sixlets

Sixlets are classic small round chocolate candies coated in a thin crisp coating. Sixlets were created by Oak Leaf Confections, which is Chocolat Frey company that is based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Sixlets were created sometime around the 1960’s. Sixlets were notorious for their seasonal candy branding, such as white,

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Safe-T-Pops

These lollipops are the perfect treat for young children, hence the name. These candy lollipops originated from the late 1940’s. Each lollipop has a letter or number, making them educational for a great giveaway for teachers, doctors, and anyone who works with children.

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Root Beer Reed’s

Reed’s candy is a classic candy that has been around for over 100 years. The candy was created by William and Eugene Reed in 1893 in Chicago.  After the company’s foundation, both William and Eugene began making candy with their father. In 1921, the company expanded to more flavors. One

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Root Beer Barrels

Root Beer Barrels Root Beer Barrels were invented in the early 1900s by pharmacist Charles Hines. Hines was the one who invented root beer after tasting Native American root tea on his honeymoon in the 1870s. After his root beer became a hit, he began making the hard candy Root

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Rocky Road

Rocky Road was invented by Russian immigrant Sam Altshuler who arrived in the U.S. in 1917. He founded the Annabelle Candy Company in 1950 and began making Rocky Road candy bars that same year. Contrary to popular belief there is no connection between the Rocky Road candy and the Rocky

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Rock Candy

Rock Candy Rock Candy is a confectionary candy with sugar crystals. The first rock candy was invented India and Persia by Ghantewala Halwai of Dehli, the candy was called Misri. He first began selling Misri 1790. Rock candy takes 6-7 days and is formed by letting a supersaturated solution of

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Retro Candy

Ever wonder where all that candy you grew up with went? What was your favorite retro candy? If you are tired of searching the gas stations and your local grocery store for that hidden gem of a candy, look no further! Classic Candy Box has all the retro candy you

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Red Hots

Red Hots Red Hots were created by the Ferrara Pan Candy Company in the early 1930’s. The generic cinnamon hard candy was known as “cinnamon imperials” before the Red Hots were invented. The Red Hots are a hard-cinnamon candy that imitates a spicy feeling in your mouth.

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Razzles

Razzles are a very unique candy that turns into gum after you begin to chew it. Razzles were introduced in 1966 and named after a fictional flavor Razzleberry. The original flavor Razzles was raspberry. Razzles have made many appearances in popular culture. Razzles has made feature appearances in both The

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Quarter Chocolate Coins

These solid milk chocolate coins wrapped in gold foil originated from the early 1900’s. The gifting of chocolate coins is a holiday tradition in parts of Europe.

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Pucker Pete Wax Lips

Pucker Pete Wax Lips Wax Lips were invented by the American Candy Company in the early 1900’s as a fun candy toy for children. The Wax Lips become very popular around Halloween because it allows kids and adults alike because it allows for them to pretend they have thick full

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Pop Rocks

Pop Rocks Pop Rocks are one of the candies that has stood the test of time. They were invented by Leon T. Kremzner and William A. Mitchell, the candy was patented in 1961. Pop Rocks was invented while Mitchell was trying to invent an instant soft drink. Pop Rocks are

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Pixy Sticks

When Pixy Sticks were invented by Sunline Inc. in St. Louis, MO 1940’s, they were sold as a drink mix. The manufacturer learned that kids were eating the candy out of the package in the 1950’s and rebranded Pixy Sticks as a powdered candy. The Pixy Sticks are a sweet

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Peppermint Reed’s

Reed’s candy is a classic candy that has been around for over 100 years. The candy was created by William and Eugene Reed in 1893 in Chicago.  After the company’s foundation, both William and Eugene began making candy with their father. In 1921, the company expanded to more flavors. One

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Peppermint Choward’s

Choward’s mints are a classic mint tablet created by the C. Howard Company in the early 1930’s in New York. One of the new flavors is Choward’s Peppermint, which has been a fan favorite ever since. The classic mint has made many appearances in different novels and movies across different

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