This 13-year-old chief executive is her dad's boss

May 3, 2019
Alina Morse is the CEO of a multimillion-dollar candy company. Her dad works for her.
Alina Morse, founder and CEO of Zollipops, with her father, Tom Morse.
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4 things you didn't know about chocolate

Feb 9, 2018
Dandelion Chocolate's Todd Masonis and Greg D'Alesandre talk cocoa.
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Nestle will ditch its U.S. candy business next year

Dec 21, 2017
If you’re a fan of Butterfinger or Crunch bar or Raisinets or any of the dozens of candies that Nestle makes, your sweet tooth may soon be beholden to a new owner. Swiss food giant Nestle is getting out of…

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America loves candy corn, apparently

Oct 18, 2016
There's no accounting for taste.
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Theaters look to make more money by moving the candy

Aug 5, 2016
Movie theaters are counting on concession sales to help boost revenues.
The concession stand at a drive-In theater on September 27, 2013 in Neligh, Nebraska. 
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Mars Inc. is so over artificial coloring

Feb 9, 2016
Changing the coloring process could be a logistical nightmare for the candy maker.
Mars Inc. will soon be tasting a new rainbow after deciding to no longer use artificial coloring in their products. 
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