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Lifesavers Hard Candy (1.14 oz., 20 ct.) + Free Shipping
About this item
- Classic Lifesavers Hard Candy
- Comes in two trays ready for resale
If you're craving to have a "hole" lot of fun, be sure to pick up this Lifesavers Hard Candy. Each one of these Lifesaver hard candy treats comes in individually wrapped rolls that contain five different flavors. They're convenient to carry around in your pocket and also easy to keep in your purse. Whether you want to have a sweet treat at home, the office, or while out and about, having a roll of Lifesavers Hard Candy is a smart choice.
How Many Flavors of Lifesavers are There?
This package of Lifesavers Hard Candy comes with a total of five different flavors: cherry, raspberry, watermelon, pineapple and orange. The variety of hard candy flavors will draw a smile on your face and delight taste buds throughout the day. So take a break from the world for a second and pop a Lifesavers Hard Candy in your mouth to savor the moment and treat yourself to something special.
How Do You Store Lifesavers Candy?
Lifesavers candy is simple to store. Keep it at room temperature and store them in a cool and dry place. As with most other hard candy treats, it's a good idea to keep them out of direct sunlight.
Lifesavers Hard Candy are Perfect for Holidays
The holidays throughout the year are known not only to be joyous occasions for celebration, but also for people to indulge in treats and sweets of all kind. Whether it's for Christmas, Valentine's Day, July 4th, Halloween, or another great day, Lifesavers Hard Candy is a great choice when it comes to giving friends and family something special. Lifesaver candy can also be used at office parties and corporate events during the holidays and can make fun pieces to stuff in party bags as well.
Why is There a Hole in Lifesaver Candy?
Lifesavers candy was invented in 1912 by Clarence Crane. At the time, he simply envisioned a round candy with a hole punched in the middle. As this took on the shape of the flotation safety devices, the name "Lifesaver" naturally followed.