Only A Real Junk Food Genius Can Name All These Foods!

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How sweet is your tooth? How easily do you give in to temptation? Do you need NO excuse to treat yourself? If the answer is yes, then it's time to take our quiz and see how much of junk food genius you really are - let's go!

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1. This versatile favorite is known as?

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  1. A Fillet
  2. A Taco
  3. A Pie
  4. A Hamburger
Americans alone consume approximately 50-billion burgers a year!
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2. It’s impossible to eat just one of these…

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  1. Bangers
  2. Dip Dunkers
  3. Chicken Nuggets
  4. Chicken Cushions
The chicken nugget was invented in the 1950s by Robert C. Baker, a food science professor at Cornell University.
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3. Luckily not made from actual pets. This is?

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  1. Cheese Board
  2. A Hot Dog
  3. A Nugget
  4. A Scramble
Black hot dogs became popular in Tokyo in 2013. The bun and sausage are dyed with black charcoal ash to get the color.
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4. A perfect companion for almost any meal. These are?

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  1. French Fries
  2. Crisps
  3. Dutch Pies
  4. Salty Sweets
There is an ongoing dispute between France and Belgium on who invented this famous food.
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5. An American classic. These are normally found at state fairs.

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  1. Country Yard
  2. Fried Joy
  3. Pigs in Blankets
  4. Corn Dogs
The Texas State Fair sells 630,000 corn dogs per season.
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6. A tangy taste explosion. What are these called?

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  1. Apple Twirls
  2. Onion Rings
  3. Beetroot Noms
  4. Onion Blasts
The fastest time to peel 50 pounds of onions was 2 minutes 39 seconds.
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7. Best friends with salsa and cheese. These are known as?

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  1. Cheese Platform
  2. Neyangos
  3. Triangle Funs
  4. Nachos
Did you know that November 6th is National Nacho Day?
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8. A king of snacks! These are called...

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  1. Biscuits
  2. Potato Planks
  3. Spuds
  4. Chips
Lay’s potato chips have different names around the world: Walkers in the UK and Ireland, Smith’s in Australia, Chipsy in Egypt, Poca in Vietnam, Tapuchips in Israel, Margarita in Colombia and Sabritas in Mexico.
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9. This genius invention is known as?

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  1. Pop Tarts
  2. Art Hearts
  3. Pop Jumps
  4. Baked Joy
In 1967, the first frosted Pop-Tarts hit the shelves with four flavors: Dutch-Apple, Concord Grape, Raspberry and Brown Sugar-Cinnamon.
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10. Cute and delicious, these chewy favorites are called?

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  1. Rainbows
  2. Gummy Bears
  3. Sweet Dogs
  4. Sticky Bears
The green ones are actually strawberry flavored — what a crazy world.
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11. These addictive delights are called?

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  1. M&Ms
  2. Tone and Toms
  3. P&S
  4. Crispy Breaks
They were popular with World War II soldiers, many of whom carried them around in their rations and continued to buy them once the war was over.
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12. Everyone’s chosen dipper. These are?

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  1. Chicken Feet
  2. Chicken Fingers
  3. Duck Shoes
  4. Breaded Cuts
They raised in popularity in the early 90s. A period when households increasingly wanted less red meat in their diets.
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13. Everyone has their own special way of eating these...

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  1. Spiltters
  2. Toros
  3. Oreo
  4. Milk Circles
More than 450 billion Oreo cookies have been sold since their debut in 1912.
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14. These colorful chewy treats are known as?

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  1. Mike and Ike
  2. Ike and Owen
  3. Chewy Moments
  4. Dave and Steve
Mike and Ike is the best-selling non-chocolate candy at movie theaters.
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15. A favorite of chef Julia Child. These are?

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  1. Tuna Fish
  2. Goldfish
  3. Yellow Salties
  4. Fish Crisps
In 1988, Goldfish crackers boarded the Space Shuttle Discovery and blasted off into space.
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16. Over 10 billion of these are made in the U.S. each year.

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  1. Fried Cones
  2. Donuts
  3. Go Nuts
  4. Batter Balls
Adolph Levitt, a Russian-born immigrant, invented the first automated donut machine in 1920.
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17. A popular treat since the early 1880s.

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  1. Graham Crackers
  2. George Snackers
  3. Malted Mildred's
  4. Wholesome Crisps
Originally intentionally bland, these crackers now come in a mix of delicious flavors.
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18. A peanut flavored taste explosion. Can you name them?

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  1. Reese’s Pieces
  2. Peanut Attack
  3. Tony's Charm
  4. Susan's Secret
This iconic candy made a famous appearance in Steven Spielberg’s 1982 blockbuster 'E.T. the Extraterrestrial.'
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19. Formerly called Little Shortcake Fingers - now known as?

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  1. Winkies
  2. Twinkies
  3. Neptune
  4. Puff Treats
The cream inside Twinkies was originally banana flavored.
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20. This most orange of snacks is commonly named?

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  1. Orange Bits
  2. Cheese Puffs
  3. Finger Lickers
  4. Cheese Roughs
Invented in the U.S. during the 1930s, these heated corn dough snacks are now a global phenomenon with many names.
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21. So many types to choose from!

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  1. Crispy Crunchers
  2. Moreitos
  3. Triangle Tangs
  4. Doritos
Japan has creative flavors like Tuna Mayonnaise Doritos and Clam Chowder Doritos; Turkish consumers can enjoy Yogurt and Mint Doritos.
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22. Paul and David Merage invented these frozen treats in 1983.

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  1. Hot Pockets
  2. Hot Lockets
  3. Micro Party
  4. Steaming Pockets
There are 23 different varieties of original Hot Pockets out there. Amazing!
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23. This snack is over 5,000 years old.

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  1. Popcorn
  2. Butter Basket
  3. Jump Corn
  4. Happy Corn
Popcorn’s scientific name is Zea Mays Everta. Fact of the day!
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24. This snack is over 100 years old. Can you name it?

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  1. Mars Pie
  2. Star Pie
  3. Moon Disc
  4. Moon Pie
Rumor has it that this treat was invented for miners who wanted something sweet and 'as big as the moon.'
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25. A perfect treat on a hot day.

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  1. Ice Cream
  2. Milk Thing
  3. Cold Cream
  4. Nice Dreams
Ice cream cones were invented during the 1904 World's Fair in St. Louis.
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26. These curling treats are totally tasty!

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  1. Curly Fries
  2. Cold Fries
  3. Sticky Fries
  4. French Fries
The inventor of the curly fry isn't known, but there's evidence that they've been around since at least 1940 when they became a staple item at Oklahoma City's Dolores Restaurant!
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27. These sweet rolls are popular in Northern Europe!

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  1. Sweet Norwegian Pasty
  2. Cinnamon Roll
  3. Paprika Pastry
  4. Spicy Ice Roll
In Sweden, the cinnamon roll's highly contested country of origin; they celebrate “Kanelbullens Dag” (Cinnamon Roll Day), which honors the delicious treat!
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28. It brings all the boys to the yard!

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  1. Fruit Smoothie
  2. Cheeseshake
  3. Milkshake
  4. Vanilla Smoothie
The first known reference to a “milkshake” dates back to 1885. The original recipe contained one part whiskey, “for medicinal purposes!”
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29. Does this quench your thirst?

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  1. Tea
  2. Coffee
  3. Soda
  4. Juice
Most of the popular brands of soda today, originated and thrived in pharmacies during the late 19th and 20th centuries, often being marketed as cure-alls for stomach pain, scurvy, and even nervousness!
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30. One of America's favorite cereals!

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  1. Cheerios
  2. Wheat Treats
  3. Graham Bites
  4. Shreddies
Although this popular cereal brand is not the most unhealthy breakfast option, Cheerios should still be consumed as a part of a balanced diet!
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31. So many types; chocolate, ginger, even carrot!

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  1. Pastry
  2. Cake
  3. Sandwich
  4. Tea
In Roman times, eggs and butter were added to basic bread recipes, to give a consistency that we would recognize today, as a cake; honey was then used as a sweetener!
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32. Who doesn't love a basket of these?

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  1. Pork Pie
  2. Pasty
  3. Muffin
  4. Danish Pastry
The name “muffin” comes from either the German word “muffe” or the French word “moufflet,” both meaning "soft bread!"
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33. A delicious culinary delight!

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  1. Cupcake
  2. Cup Sweet
  3. Small Cake
  4. Little Cake
The world record for eating the most cupcakes in the shortest amount of time is 29 cupcakes in 30 seconds!
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34. These bite-size treats are all the rage!

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  1. Sweet Lolly
  2. Tummy Balls
  3. Cake Pop
  4. Sugar Popsicle
A cake pop, is a ball shaped cake, dipped in frosting, decorated and stuck onto a stick to be eaten like a popsicle.
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35. Do you know this cereal brand, created in 1963?

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  1. Cocoa Pebbles
  2. Shreddies
  3. Cheerios
  4. Lucky Charms
The mascot of Lucky Charms, “Lucky the Leprechaun” or sometimes known as “Sir Charms,” was initially called L.C. Leprechaun.
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36. Do you recognize these cheesy delights?

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  1. Mozzarella Sticks
  2. Cheddar Chunks
  3. Brie Balls
  4. Edam Edibles
The earliest known recording of the mozzarella stick is believed to date back to 15th-century France!
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37. Who could resist a slice of this?

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  1. Pizza
  2. Pie
  3. Sandwich
  4. Flatbread
The origins of pizza go back to the times of the ancient Greeks and Egyptians! The “modern pizza” as we know it evolved in Naples, Italy, in the late 18th century!
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38. They say it's an aphrodisiac...

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  1. Cookie Bar
  2. Rock Bar
  3. Chocolate Bar
  4. Cacao Bite
The scientific name for the tree that chocolate comes from, Theobroma Cacao, translates to “food of the gods!”
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39. Do you recognize this chewy candy!

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  1. Sweet Farm People
  2. Nice Park Pals
  3. Sour Patch Kids
  4. Salty Children
The original Sour Patch flavors were lime, lemon, orange, and cherry, only in 2014 was the blue raspberry flavor introduced!
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40. These treats pack a salty punch!

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  1. Pig Parts
  2. Pork Rinds
  3. Sweet Slips
  4. Salty Slams
Known as "pork rinds" in American English, these crunchy characters can also be called "pork greaves," "pork scratchings," or "pork cracklings," particularly in the UK.
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41. Have you ever eaten these slivering sweets?

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  1. Jelly Serpent
  2. Gummy Worm
  3. Sugar Snake
  4. Sweet Silence
In 1981, American candy manufacturer Trolli created the gummy worm, providing children a delicious treat, and parents a little fright!
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42. President Reagan’s favorite candy!

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  1. Bean Baby
  2. Jelly-O
  3. Sugar Drop
  4. Jelly Beans
Most jelly bean assortments include four to eight different flavors, but some brands are famous for creating a wide array of wacky flavor combinations!
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43. Do you recognize this cheesy treat?

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  1. Cheese Cracker Sandwich
  2. Salmon Small Tart
  3. Peanut Butter Flip
  4. Salty Sweet Treat
The most popular brand for the Cheese Cracker Sandwich, is Ritz, a cracker company introduced by Nabisco in 1934.
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44. A home baking favorite!

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  1. Kellogg's Rice Krispies Treats
  2. Magic Moment Pie
  3. Marshmallow Tart
  4. New York Sticky
Kellogg's Rice Krispies Treats were invented in 1939 by Melitta Jensen and Mildred Day as a fundraiser for Camp Fire Girls, a youth development organization!
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45. Do you recognize this twisted German bread?

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  1. Croissant
  2. English Muffin
  3. Danish Bun
  4. Pretzel
Pretzels are a hit, about $550 million worth of them are sold in the United States every year!
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46. America's favorite jelly!

  1. Jelly Spread
  2. Halmeys
  3. Jell-O
  4. Gelyteen
In the early 1900s, Jell-O molds were given to immigrants arriving at Ellis Island as a “Welcome to America” gift!
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47. This goes great in a jelly sandwich!

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  1. Peanut Butter
  2. Mallow-Stack
  3. Nutella
  4. Peaznutz
Arachibutyrophobia (A-ra-kid-bu-ti-ro-pho-bi-a), is the fear of getting peanut butter stuck to the roof of your mouth!
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48. The ultimate chocolate & hazelnut spread!

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  1. Hazelspray
  2. Twix Spread
  3. Pillow Force
  4. Nutella
Each year, more than 1000 soccer fields worth of Nutella is sold to over 160 countries worldwide!
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49. Once you pop, you can't stop!

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  1. Lays
  2. Monster Munch
  3. Pringles
  4. Doritos
The inventor of the Pringles packaging, Frederic J. Baur, was so proud of his invention that he requested to be cremated, and his ashes transferred to a Pringle can! In 2008, his family honored that wish!
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50. We all love this cheese-flavored snack!

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  1. Ritz Crackers
  2. Pringles
  3. Cheetos
  4. Doritos
The main component of a Cheeto is, of course, the cheese! That's why annually, over 5,000 cows generate more than 11 million gallons of milk to make the 10 million pounds of cheddar cheese, used in the cornmeal snack's creation!
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51. Girl Scout currency. What are these called?

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  1. Nougart Nices
  2. Toffee Trucks
  3. Caramel Kinds
  4. Caramel deLites
The Samoa is different from the Caramel deLite because it has five more calories.
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52. A rounded treat for any occasion.

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  1. Caked Discs
  2. Syrup Sponges
  3. Pancakes
  4. Floppy Friends
In ancient Greece and Rome, pancakes were made from wheat flour, olive oil, honey, and curdled milk.
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53. A campfire classic. Can you name it?

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  1. S'nackers
  2. S'many
  3. S'muches
  4. S'mores
The snack was originally called “some mores.” Mind blown.
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54. A unique, gooey snack!

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  1. Cream Balls
  2. Marshmallow
  3. Ice Cream
  4. Lemon Drops
Ancient Egyptians were the first people to enjoy a variation of the humble marshmallow!
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55. One of the world's favorite cookies!

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  1. Shortbread
  2. Chocolate Chip Cookies
  3. Gingerbread
  4. Lemon Drop Cookies
Chocolate chip cookies were invented by accident and were initially called Toll House Crunch Cookies!
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56. They just keep rollin’!

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  1. Sugar Treats
  2. Sugar Snaps
  3. Fruit Rolls
  4. Fruit Pebbles
Fruit Rolls are often confused with their rivals, Fruit by the Foot, both of which are a flat, fruit-based candy!
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57. A cloud of sugary goodness!

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  1. Pillow Candy
  2. Cotton Candy
  3. Trigger Candy
  4. Sky Candy
First known as “Fairy Floss,” the process of making Cotton Candy was invented in 1899, by four men; Thomas Patton, Josef Delarose Lascaux, John C. Wharton, and William Morrison.
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58. The sweetest kiss!

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  1. Dairy Milk Kisses
  2. Dark Melt Kisses
  3. Hershey's Kisses
  4. Toblerone Kisses
There is a hidden kiss on the Hershey's Kisses logo. Can you spot it?
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