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Want to order Candy Necklaces Online? First a History Lesson

Order Candy Necklaces OnlineAs a child, especially a young girl, you enjoy two things above all else: playing dress-up and candy. This is why so many children love candy necklaces. They truly are the best of both worlds – jewelry and candy. Wow! What could be better? My mouth is watering just thinking about one of those convenient candy treats dangling around my neck, going wherever I go, indulging my sweet tooth whenever I need it. Candy necklaces remind me of my childhood. But when were they invented? Who do we have to thank for our favorite jewelry/candy?

The History of Candy Necklaces

Unfortunately, no one really knows where candy necklaces got their start. Rumor has it that they were invented in Northern Europe, before being introduced to the United States in the late 1950’s. Today, candy necklaces are produced by the Smarties Candy Co. and distributed by candy makers all across the country, like Wockenfuss Candies!

Order Candy Necklaces Online

Do you have a hankering for some sweet nostalgia? Nothing beats a Candy Necklace. When you have one of these retro-treats dangling around your neck, you can’t help but feel like a kid again. So what are you waiting for, head to the Wockenfuss Candies nearest you, or head to our website and place your order there.

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Choose the quantity you want – 3 necklaces or 12 necklaces – then click “Add to Cart.” If you want to keep shopping click “Continue Shopping,” otherwise click “Checkout,” follow the instructions, and you will have your delicious candy necklaces delivered to your doorstep in 3-6 business days. It couldn’t be any easier to feel like a kid again!

If you have any questions about ordering Candy Necklaces online, please contact Wockenfuss Candies, by calling 1-800-296-4414 or email info@Wockenfusscandies.com. When you’re not savoring our sweets, stay satisfied by following us on FacebookTwitterGoogle+, and Pinterest!

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