Candy of Japan's Comprehensive Guide to Candy Boxes

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Candy of Japan's Comprehensive Guide to Candy Boxes

Are you a candy fanatic always looking for the latest and greatest treats? Look no further than candy subscription boxes! These boxes offer a variety of candies and snacks to satisfy all your sweet (and savory) cravings. In this guide, Candy Olsen will take you on a tour of the best candy boxes on the market, from Japanese dagashi to TokyoTreat.

First up is the 30 Japanese Snack Box: Discover the Best Dagashi Candy!. This box is perfect for those looking to try unique and authentic Japanese treats. With a variety of flavors and textures, this box is sure to satisfy even the most adventurous candy lovers. Candy Olsen herself gives it her seal of approval and recommends it to anyone looking to spice up their snack game.

Next, we have the Snack Attack: TokyoTreat Box is the Perfect Mix of Sweet and Savory! This box offers a mix of sweet and savory snacks to satisfy all your cravings. Candy Olsen rates this box a 9/10 and highly recommends it for anyone who loves trying new snacks and experiencing different cultures.

But wait, there's more! If you're looking for a local candy store experience, check out Chumlee Candy Store or The Candy Factory. Chumlee Candy Store is located in Las Vegas and is famous for its unique and rare candy finds. The Candy Factory, located in Ohio, offers a variety of candies, chocolates, and even homemade toffee.

If you're interested in the history of candy, take a trip to the Mars Factory Chocolate Tank in Pennsylvania. This factory produces M&Ms, the famous spokescandies, and even the controversial green M&M redesign. For a more interactive experience, Hershey's Chocolate World in Pennsylvania offers a tour of its chocolate factory and even a chance to create your own candy bar!

Finally, for those with a sense of humor, check out the Left and Right Twix battle or the controversial tan M&M. And if you're feeling daring (or curious), research the rocky history of Skittles and the claim that they were once "unfit for human consumption."

In conclusion, candy boxes offer a fun and convenient way to try new candies and snacks. Whether you're interested in exploring new cultures or just satisfying your sweet tooth, there's a candy box out there for you. So go ahead and take a bite out of the candy subscription box craze - Candy Olsen gives it her seal of approval!

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