"Fun Size" and "Mini" candies are seen in this Sept. 30, 2007 photo. Shoppers trawling the candy aisle as Halloween approaches might be excused from feeling overwhelmed, as candy makers are producing more size, shape, and flavor varieties for well-known brands than ever before.
"Fun Size" and "Mini" candies are seen in this Sept. 30, 2007 photo. Shoppers trawling the candy aisle as Halloween approaches might be excused from feeling overwhelmed, as candy makers are producing more size, shape, and flavor varieties for well-known brands than ever before. Dan Goodman Associated Press
"Fun Size" and "Mini" candies are seen in this Sept. 30, 2007 photo. Shoppers trawling the candy aisle as Halloween approaches might be excused from feeling overwhelmed, as candy makers are producing more size, shape, and flavor varieties for well-known brands than ever before. Dan Goodman Associated Press

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