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The 1990's Candy Gift Includes:
About Hometown Favorites:
Hometown Favorites has been serving as the online destination for old fashioned candy, nostalgic candies, and unique food gifts since 1996. Hometown Favorites carries a large assortment of retro candy from the 1940's, 1950's, 1960's, 1970's, 1980's, and 1990's.
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Also, everything that is in the picture did come in my box.
This was a great gift for myself, I told my mom about it and she wants a 1960's one, she loved the idea of having her favorite candy again.
Fortunately since it is the 90's candy... It really isnt THAT hard to find if you look in the right places.
my son absolutely loved this, maybe a little too expensive but everything is today, my son was happy, that was all that mattered to mePublished 7 months ago by Michelle Schweitzer
I never write reviews for things I buy but I was disappointed with this one. I bought it for my brother for a fun graduation gift that he could share with his friends but like... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bridget Danielson
This was a gift for a major candy lover growing up in the 90's. Very disappointing for the giftee as it was mainly bubble gum.Published 8 months ago by Vickster624
Got alot of sour candy. there are only two different chocolate candy bars. There are alot of gum in the mix as well.Published 9 months ago by Christopher Glines
Great gift idea for someone who loves candy. I sent this to a friend overseas and he loved it. WonderfulPublished 10 months ago by Monica
Ordered this item for Valentines Day for my boyfriend but wasn't expecting to receive this product until about a week later. Read morePublished 10 months ago by rachel
I expected a little more candy for 35 bucks. All in all about 10 dollars worth of candy (if that) and most of it is still easily available at corner store.Published 11 months ago by ROB
It just seemed natural for me to pick up this specific candy decade box. I was born in 1982, so, therefore, most of my growing up years encompass the 1990's. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Nicholas R. Patti