Help yourself to these Facebook posts during the weeks leading up to Halloween and feel free to personalize in any way. Don't forget to like the National Confectioners Association on Facebook to see more updates about candy around this sweet holiday!
Oct. 1 - Happy National Homemade Cookies Day! Are you baking with candy today? Share a photo of your creation and tag with #candycookies. For recipe inspiration: http://www.CandyUSA.com/candycookies
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Oct. 28 - Happy National Chocolate Day! Savor a piece while you learn sweet facts: www.thestoryofchocolate.com
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October 30 - It’s National Candy Corn Day. What do you think is the right way to eat the sweet stuff? See if you agree with the rest of the nation. http://www.candyusa.com/FunStuff/content.cfm?ItemNumber=5145&navItemNumber=4569
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Oct. 31 - We're wishing you a sweet and happy Halloween! Enjoy spreading the candy cheer today.
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Nov. 1 - You've got lots of Halloween candy so make sure it lasts with these moderation tips: http://www.candyusa.com/TreatRight/content.cfm?ItemNumber=4772&navItemNumber=4967
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Get your Halloween sweet facts and news by liking https://www.facebook.com/NationalConfectionersAssociation
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“Trick or treat, give me something chocolate to eat.” Are you one of the 72% of Americans who prefer chocolate for Halloween? Get other sweet stats from the National Confectioners Association's latest U.S. survey. http://www.candyusa.com/TrickOrTreatTidbits
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Looking for a fun Halloween activity for your young child? Print out this Candy Corn coloring page and get into the holiday spirit! http://www.candyusa.com/FunStuff/halcontent.cfm?ItemNumber=1969&navItemNumber=5046
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We have a Halloween game for you! Crossword Puzzle from the National Confectioners Association: http://www.candyusa.com/FunStuff/halcontent.cfm?ItemNumber=1969&navItemNumber=5046
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Do you know how to properly store your Halloween candy? Don't mix chocolate with gummy candy since they will begin to taste like each other. Tips for the National Confectioners Association: http://www.candyusa.com/FunStuff/halFunFactsDetail.cfm?ItemNumber=5158
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How will your child collect his or her Halloween candy this year? Share a photo of the empty container and tag with #HalloweenReady. Please mention "National Confectioner Association" to be eligible for the contest. We'll pick a winner and fill their basket with candy!
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October is National Caramel Month. Surprise your friends or colleagues with caramel apples. We have a simple recipe for you! http://www.candyusa.com/FunStuff/RecipesDetail.cfm?ItemNumber=963
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A 2013 NCA survey found that, when purchasing Halloween candy, 64% of Americans say their personal tastes or favorite brands have the biggest impact on what they buy. What is at the top of your candy shopping list? http://www.candyusa.com/TrickOrTreatTidbits
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According to the latest National Confectioners Association survey, 74% of Americans will hand out candy to trick-or-treaters this year. We hope you are one of those generous people. There's still time to stock up on candy for Halloween!
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Provided by the National Confectioners Association