Saturday, July 8, 2006

Limited Edition Column

Consumed - NY Times Magazine
Short and Sweet
by Rob Walker

Rob Walker sums up the current limited edition fad in the candy industry (with a pretty funny little illustration by Leif Parsons) with some great insights. Oh, and expert commentary from me and Brian at Candy Addict (oh, and Susan Fussell from the National Confectioners Association).

Dig in, it’s for a limited time only!

POSTED BY Cybele AT 3:37 pm Tracker Pixel for Entry     Limited EditionNews

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  1. just an fyi.  I looked and didnt see a review of perugina( nestle).  I picked up some dark bars on clearance at Target( in MI) for 99 cents.  I also got some green and black’s milk( a darker kind of milk) half price too.

    Comment by Randi on 7/08/06 at 5:22 pm #
  2. I have a 60’s limited edison signed by Mr. Hershey himself.  I was wondering if this very old wrapper had any value to it?

    Comment by Carlos Rodriguez on 1/07/08 at 7:29 am #

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