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Look! It's UNREAL Candy!

The FedEX driver knocked on the door and handed me this box today. I was very surprised because I didn't order anything.

I attended a Twitter Party, last month, where I won some UNREAL candy. It was so good!

WooHoo! It's from UNREAL Candy!

Here's an excerpt of their story! We have unjunked some of America’s favorite candy. And true to Nicky’s dream, we think it tastes better without the corn syrup, the artificial ingredients, the partially hydrogenated oils, and, believe it or not, with less sugar. In place of the junk, we’ve added more of the good stuff, like more cacao, real caramel, and peanuts. We’ve also added more protein and fiber from real food, so that each candy has a low glycemic index. All of this is simply a product of the UNREAL culture, a culture that brings together people from different walks of life and with different experiences. Our team is eclectic and unique (it even includes an Oompa Loompa and a dog named Lola).

We shared the last UNREAL Candy shipment with friends and co-workers. Many commented that they loved this candy much better then national brands. (we do too) Gotta go...I'll be dropping off a few boxes to the maintenance and office staff today. Happy Thanksgiving!


Kemi Quinn said…
This candy looks so good. I went to check them out. Thanks for the tip!
You're welcome. Enjoy.
Becky L. said…
I've eaten ones like MnMs and they taste like MnMs. My son and family have them so I had to try them.
I totally agree with you. Unreal Candy is so good.

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