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  2. Ferrara Candy Company - Wikipedia

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    The Ferrara Candy Company is an American candy manufacturer, based in Chicago, Illinois, and owned by the Ferrero Group. The company was formed from a 2012 merger of the Illinois -based Ferrara Pan Candy Company and Minnesota -based Farley's & Sathers Candy Company .

  3. Ferrara

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    Ferrara, a related company of The Ferrero Group, is an industry leader in U.S. confections and one of the fastest growing confections companies in the country. A passionate team of more than 4,000 employees work together to share delight in every bite through leading brands that have shaped the confections market for more than 100 years.

  4. Ferrara Candy fined $200K by OSHA for alleged safety violations

    www.chicagotribune.com/business/ct-biz-ferrara...

    Ferrara was founded in Chicago’s Little Italy in 1908 and was acquired by Italian candy giant Ferrero in 2017. The Lemonheads-maker moved its corporate headquarters from Oakbrook Terrace to the ...

  5. Sweet little sparks don’t make you choose. These crunchy little guys all come in twos. Grape goes with strawberry, side by side. The most perfect combination you’ve ever tried.

  6. Baker and importer of over 200 superb Italian specialties, Ferrara dates its origins to 1892 when Café Ferrara first opened its doors in New York City’s Little Italy for opera lovers seeking likeminded company and refreshment.

  7. FoodData Central

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    The .gov means it’s official. Federal government websites always use a .gov or .mil domain. Before sharing sensitive information online, make sure you’re on a .gov or .mil site by inspecting your browser’s address (or “location”) bar.

  8. Townhall is the leading source for conservative news, political cartoons, breaking stories, election analysis and commentary on politics and the media culture. An information hub for conservatives ...

  9. The Hershey Company - Wikipedia

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    Harry Burnett Reese invented Reese's Peanut Butter Cups after founding the H.B. Reese Candy Company in 1923. Reese died on May 16, 1956, in West Palm Beach, Florida, leaving the company to his six sons. On July 2, 1963, the H.B. Reese Candy Company merged with the Hershey Chocolate Corporation in a tax-free stock-for-stock merger.

  10. Willy Wonka Candy - Candy Favorites

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    Willy Wonka, master of fun, brings us the celebrated line of Willy Wonka candy. Please note that we do not have chocolate waterfalls, Floating Root Beer, or Three Course Gum, but we do have more than enough other Willy Wonka favorites to satisfy an appetite as large as Violet’s and Veruca Salt’s.

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