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Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, American Grocery Store in France
An American classic. The perfect, delicious combination of creamy peanut butter in a rich milk chocolate cup.
Hershey's cookies and cream, American Grocery Store in France
This white chocolate candy bar will remind you of the ice cream flavor, but you won't have to worry about it melting so fast. With delicious chuncks of crunchy chocolate cookies and smooth white chocolate, Hershey's Cookies and Cream may become your new favorite candy bar!
american grocery store, fluff
Durkee Fluff is the original marshmallow fluff. Born in Massachusetts before World War 1 and first sold door to door, it quickly became a hit and found its way onto supermarket shelves. This light, fluffy, tasty vanilla-flavored spread is great for lots of things, like dips, frostings, and Fluffernutter sandwiches.
Peanut M&M's have been around since 1954, so it is suprising that it took until 1991 to see the release of Peanut Butter M&M's. These delicious milk chocolate M&M's have just the right amount of peanut butter, just the right amount of chocolate for another perfect M&M's variety.
Made with real peanut butter !
Known in the UK as "fairy floss," Americans call this spun sugar treat cotton candy, after American Joseph Lascaux patented the name in the 1920s. You once had to go to a fair or a carnival to get this fluffy treat, but now you can take this fruit-flavored cotton candy with you wherever you go and eat it whenever you want! Just open the bag and let the fun begin!
Wonka Rainbow Nerds are a delicious, colorful, crunchy candy that are straight out of the fantastical world of Willy Wonka. Whether you're a kid or a kid at heart, the sweet and sour candies will explode with flavor in your mouth.
Pop Rocks are a cult candy from the 70s and 80s. These "exploding" bits of candy are a unique and fun treat for kids of all ages. When they were first released, parents were afraid that the candy would cause their kids' stomachs to explode. Have no fear: that was just an urban legend. This is the bubble-gum-flavored version.
Hostess Twinkies are one of those cult American foods that everyone knows. They almost disappeared in 2012 when Hostess went bankrupt. They were unavailable shortly, but now they are back! We've imported some (by plane) just for you. Their best-by dates are short, but everyone knows that Twinkies keep for a long time. Grab your Twinkies while they're available!
American candy, AirHeads Grape
Air Heads are a chewy, sweet treat for anyone who has a sweet tooth. This is the grape version of this classic candy. Enjoy!