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Candy Apples

Caramel Happy Apple – Caramel covered apple with roasted peanuts or crunch coating
Cinnamon Happy Apple – Fresh apple covered with cinnamon flavored caramel and roasted peanuts or crunch
Select Happy Apple – Caramel covered apple with a blend of roasted peanuts, white, dark and milk chocolate
Wacky Happy Apple – Caramel covered apple with bright sprinkles
Simply Caramel Happy Apple – Fresh apple covered with caramel and no topping
Double Caramel Happy Apple – Caramel covered apple rolled in caramel chips

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Production Dates – August 15th through October 26th

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Pack Description UPC Code
12/3 Caramel coated w/peanuts 35107 00183
12/3 Cinnamon Candy w/peanuts 35107 10183
12/3 Simply Caramel 35107 11183
12/3 Select Caramel 35107 80183
48/1 Caramel coated w/peanuts 35107 00481
48/1 Cinnamon Candy w/peanuts 35107 10481
48/1 Wacky 35107 60481
48/1 Simply Caramel 35107 11481
48/1 Select Caramel Apple 35107 80481
24/1 Display Caramel coated w/peanuts 35107 00481
24/1 Display Cinnamon Candy w/peanuts 35107 10481
24/1 Display Caramel coated w/crunch 35107 20481
24/1 Display Cinnamon Candy w/crunch 35107 30481
24/1 Display Wacky 35107 60481
24/1 Display Simply Caramel 35107 11481
24/1 Select Caramel Apple 35107 80481

Caramel Apples

Caramel apples were invented many years after the candy apple, in the 1950s, by Kraft Foods employee Dan Walker. Like candy apples, caramel apples’ invention also resulted from experimentation with holiday candy – Walker said he discovered the recipe when experimenting with excess caramels from Halloween sales; he simply melted them down, and added apples, and the rest is history. While caramel apples were made by hand for the first decade or so of their existence, Vito Raimondi of Chicago, Illinois made and patented the first automated caramel apple machine in 1960.

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