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What's the Favorite Halloween Candy this Year?

Every year, there seems to be a new favorite Halloween Candy; and with the holiday just a week away, its important to know what treats the kids are wanting most!

A new survey has revealed America’s favorite Halloween candy in each state across the country. Candy corn was the top pick for five states. Meanwhile, the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup pulled in the highest number of votes.

Here in Pennsylvania, its no surprise that our favorite Halloween candy is Swedish Fish. Can you guess which candy is your state’s favorite without looking? Or make you think a big time favorite is missing. Click here to see what candy reigns supreme in your state!

Be a Kid Again with Nostalgic Halloween Candy

As much as Halloween may be considered a holiday mainly for children, we encourage you to make it about yourself as well. By packing Halloween treat bags for your visitors this year, you can relate to your inner child! At Blair Candy, we can help by offering the most popular nostalgic candy.

Think of the candy you loved hauling home when you were a Trick or Treater, and share a little piece or two of your past. Not only will the neighbor kids be introduced to some of the best candy ever created (candy that has stood the test of time!), but you’ll also get to enjoy all the leftovers if November 1st finds you with a few extra treat bags.

Attract the Most Trick-or-Treaters in Your Neighborhood!

Chances are that if you’re sitting home on Halloween night with a bowl full of treats and your porch light on, you’re looking forward to having some Trick-or-Treaters stop by. But how do you make sure you get visits from as many Trick-or-Treaters as possible, and didn’t miss that Halloween party in vain? It’s simple – Have the most appealing house! Decorate your house colorfully, have Halloween music pouring from open windows, invite a few friends over to fill your house with laughter and help keep you in the Halloween spirit. Wear a costume, and even put a costume on the dog!

Don’t forget, you can also make your house a sure hit this Hallow’s Eve is by placing money in the Trick or Treat bags. Put together treat bags as you normally would, filling them with Halloween CandySpider Rings, and more… but then, add a $5 or $10 bill to a few of the bags. The idea isn’t to spend a ton of money; it’s to give kids a moment of wide-eyed excitement as they check their treat bags for some. When they visit, simply tell all the kids the truth – that every bag has Halloween Candy inside, but a few of them also have money. You’ll be sure to have the longest line of Trick or Treaters at your door!

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