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Amazon.com has Add-on Item: 60.4oz Mars Chocolate & More Halloween Candy (Haunted House) on sale for $5.80 -> Now $6.22. Shipping is free with qualifying orders $25 or more [Details]. Thanks Armcode82

Note, this is an add-on item and will require an order of $25 or more (shipped & sold by Amazon). Features M&M'S Milk Chocolate Candy, Snickers Chocolates, Twix Caramel Cookie Bar Candy, 3 Musketeers Chocolate Bars and Starburst Original Candy.
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This made the front page back in December and then went out of stock. Price has been slowly dropping since it has returned to stock.

Limit 4 (trying to buy a second time will reduce count to 0 on check-out)

Deal link & discussion from December: https://slickdeals.net/f/12542050-add-on-item-60-4oz-mars-chocolate-more-haunted-house-halloween-candy-5-93-amazon?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1

Note, this is an add-on item and will require an order of $25 or more (shipped & sold by Amazon).

This is chocolate for .10-.15 cents an ounce (you get Starburst too so hard to just do price divided by weight). Mine arrive on 2/11 and will comment regarding how they look when I receive.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...RGM7G?th=1
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ready to expire?
Yes...they will expire inside of my innards! LMAO
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I got these a month ago and they are still fresh, no need to worry about quality control.
Me too...these are great to place at social gatherings...people love free fun sized sweets!
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#34
Back in the '50s i think
Hydrogenated oil's were invented to replace tropical oil's because they're so bad for you so high in cholesterol

You're supposed to take like a healthy oil canola sunflower some light oil that's not bad for you
then heat it up to 700°F and bubble pure hydrogen gas through it creating a new molecule that doesn't exist in nature that we have not evolved to digest and it goes straight from your digestive system into your arteries and becomes solid there forever and cardiologists said you have to ban this

so they did
its banned in this country now

Usa Last again

To make things worse they started hydrogenating the tropical oils they were meant to replace and we got the worst of both worlds
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Back in the '50s i think
Hydrogenated oil's were invented to replace tropical oil's because they're so bad for you so high in cholesterol

You're supposed to take like a healthy oil canola sunflower some light oil that's not bad for you
then heat it up to 700°F and bubble pure hydrogen gas through it creating a new molecule that doesn't exist in nature that we have not evolved to digest and it goes straight from your digestive system into your arteries and becomes solid there forever and cardiologists said you have to ban this

so they did
its banned in this country now

Usa Last again

To make things worse they started hydrogenating the tropical oils they were meant to replace and we got the worst of both worlds
starburst has fat??
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We all die of something. Let them eat cake (and candy)! 🎂🍭🍬🍌 Lol
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I thought the Starburst would be hard but was surprised at how soft and fresh they were.
...that's what she said
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Mmmm, just what I want. Old stale Halloween candy. No thanks, I'll pass.

Yes, people, chocolate does go bad. No, it won't hurt you but it sure doesn't taste good. Just google - "when chocolate turns white".

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Mmmm, just what I want. Old stale Halloween candy. No thanks, I'll pass.

Yes, people, chocolate does go bad. No, it won't hurt you but it sure doesn't taste good. Just google - "when chocolate turns white".
The typical shelf-life for unopened chocolate bars is 12 months. Of course storage conditions have an effect, but guessing the chocolate was made in August for October Halloween, you are still talking a couple months from going bad.
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This is a picture of the candy that comes with this box. You get two of these sealed plastic bags. The 3 musketeers have "Thanks" and "You Slay" written on them. I didn't notice any other unique markings on the other candies. Sorry for the flash, my usual phone is in for repair.

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the musketeers have other things written on them like "Smile", "Just Right" and "Congrats" (there were others). Regardless not identifiable as Halloween candy really (imo).
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The typical shelf-life for unopened chocolate bars is 12 months. Of course storage conditions have an effect, but guessing the chocolate was made in August for October Halloween, you are still talking a couple months from going bad.
Last time most the candy came with May expiration dates. I get 4 boxes of these today and will update with expiration dates on what I receive.
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The typical shelf-life for unopened chocolate bars is 12 months. Of course storage conditions have an effect, but guessing the chocolate was made in August for October Halloween, you are still talking a couple months from going bad.
How many times back and forth in the semi-trailer, though?
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Is it wrong to buy these for Halloween 2019?
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Half of mine is still sitting next to me from the last time. Very few of the desirable Twix but tons of 3-Musketeers and M&Ms. If you don't care about the selection and just want candy, you're good. (Packed in an annoying serving box).
Twix are the worst.
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