The Center for Science in the Public Interest is challenging General Mills for promoting sugary treats as a healthful alternative to real fruit
A visit to the Sweets and Snacks Expo—formerly the All Candy Expo—suggests that pure sugar is dying a slow death
Those visions of an iconic Christmas candy dancing in your head? They might be quaint, but they're probably wrong.
Halloween's most iconic candy (and its most polarizing) used to be a year-round snack. Then came the candy corn explosion.
Arsenic-laced jelly beans and razor-studded caramels aren't real. Faith in processed, sanitary foods certainly is.
In 1916, candy marketers hatched a plan. The little-known history of Halloween's commercial predecessor.
Part one in a pre-Halloween series on candy. Today: the origins of trick-or-treating, a relatively recent phenomenon.