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Candy

An obsolete South Asian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 227 kilograms.
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Assistance is provided along the way by Candy Designers who prepare and package the customized order, so all that is left to do is unpack and arrange according to the easy-to-follow instructions.
A candy that was shown on stand at ISM was the fibre-filled candy 'SteviaBalance'; recently launched by German confectionery manufacturer Bodeta.
The candy is added by the handfuls to fill every space in the box," said Ms.
Candy, however, is a masterpiece of complexity compared to the underwritten caricatures traipsing through Emilio Estevez's latest star-studded directorial effort, Bobby.
Things have evolved in the modern world, so the candy is no longer strictly red and white as her strict grandfather once demanded.
The building is divided into four sections: The museum, which tells the story of Michoacan's candy industry but also contains a kitchen where a chef prepares sweets for the guests; a French-style cafeteria that serves 50 types of pastries; a chocolate factory; and a store where a wide variety of sweets are sold, many of them accurate to the two major periods covered by the museum.
For history, activities, and news about candy, visit the site of the National Confectioners Association: www.
In July 2004, California attorney general Bill Lockyer sued Mexican candy manufacturers and distributors, including two subsidiaries of the Virginia-based Mars candy company, for neglecting to advise consumers that many of their products contain lead.
The new store, which represents the second new location for Dylan's Candy Bar outside of New York City, is scheduled to open in June.
He had rejected a similar request the year before but later agreed to permit distribution of the candy canes if any accompanying message merely read "Happy Holidays," "Season's Greetings," or some similarly innocuous salutation.
Yet while candy bar sales were up by just two percent in 1999, sales of graffola, diet, and other non-candy bars jumped by 13 percent, while energy bars and gels soared by more than 60 percent.
Yes, the candy bar is a multinational product par excellence.