American candy

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This is an American candy, it is similar to the appearance of a packet of tobacco. Inside there are some mint sugar bars. In Europe this candy was filled with chocolate cigarettes, but were forbidden because of the bad influence they can exercise over children. They have now been replaced by boxes of colour

Colombian “Bodadillo”

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In Colombia there exists many “guavas” (tropical fruit) and candies made with this ingredient are very popular. The one in this picture is called “bocadillo” (sandwich). It consists of a guava sweet fudge covered with caramel and wrapped in a palm leaf.

The Day of the Dead

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In Mexico, the Day Of The Dead is celebrated with sugar skulls of different sizes and colours. Market stalls are lined with rows and rows of colourful skulls, created from sugar and decorated with multi-colour icing, shiny foil, sequins and glitter.

“Jalebi”

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India is the country where the candy world started, as it is the cradle of sugar and candy. The picture’s candy is an Indian candy called “Jalebi”. It is a paste of white lentils (Urad dal), fermented, fried and bathed in a sugar syrup. Usually it is red but it can be white as well. […]

Chak-Chak

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This candy, that looks like French fries, it’s a Russian candy called Chak-Chak. It is a dough of bread with sugar, with stick shape, baked and covered with honey. It is usually taken as a candy or with coffee.

Everyone is friend of the chewing gum, commonly known as gum, but did you know that it comes from the old times?

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  Chewing solidified fir sap found that it was a wonderful way to quench thirst, thanks to the excitement produced in the salivary glands.. Chewing gum has multiple health benefits, according to a study presented at the Tenth International Congress of Behavioural Medicine held in Japan (2008).  After conducting a series of experiments with 40 subjects 22 […]

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