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September
2005

Pumpkin Heads

Pumpkin HeadsPumpkin candy corns were one of my favorite Halloween candies as a kid. Pure sugar and corn syrup, they provided a serious sugar rush that I looked forward to experiencing each year. As an adult I still love those pumpkin-shaped candies, but feel a little guilty about eating pure sugar.

To help satisfy a more demanding sweet tooth, The South Bend Chocolate Company created Pumpkin Heads, caramel corn covered in pumpkin-flavored chocolate. Pumpkin Heads will still give you the sugar rush you expect from Halloween candy, but in a crunchier, more satisfying form. Pumpkin Heads also come in the Pumpkin Crunch, a bag of caramel corn drizzled with pure milk chocolate and mixed with cinnamon almonds. If you’re not a fan of caramel corn, The South Bend Chocolate Company also makes a rich Pumpkin Fudge that promises to deliver sugar in a pure, smooth form, just like the classic candy corns.

The South Bend Chocolate Company
Pumpkin Heads – $4.99/bag
Available online at www.sbchocolate.com



4 COMMENTS SO FAR...

Debbie says on September 11th, 2005 at 11:21 pm:

Candy corns, a favorite way to welcome the fall season. Can I come treat-or-treating at your house?

Chloe says on September 12th, 2005 at 1:29 pm:

I love candy corn… I want to make a treat with it… that has got me thinking!! YUMMMMMMMMY!

Lisa says on September 12th, 2005 at 10:29 pm:

Pumpkin fudge…that’s a new one for me but it sounds delicious!

Kelly says on October 5th, 2005 at 7:07 pm:

I work directly across the street from the South Bend Chocolate Company cafe.

Oh so dangerous…



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