M&M's Chocolate Variety Mix (65.5 oz., 115 ct.)
Why We Love This
Now you don't have to choose a favorite. This variety pack has the classics but also a few fun variations to keep your candy bowl and guests excited. Fill your Halloween candy bowl with these individual pouches. This M&M's Candy variety mix has something for everyone!
About this item
- Individually wrapped chocolates for easy, convenient sharing
- Great for events, parties, Halloween, and special occasions
- Contains a variety mix of 4 different M&M's flavors
- 115 fun size bags with a net weight of 65.5 ounces
- A classic favorite
Get all of your favorite M&M candies with the M&M's® Fun Size Club Variety Mix (65.5 oz., 115 ct.).
What Flavors Come in This Variety Mix?
M&M's Fun Size Club Variety Mix features four different M&M favorites: Peanut M&M's, Milk Chocolate M&M's, Caramel M&M's and Peanut Butter M&M's. If you ever have a hard time choosing your favorite flavor of these individually wrapped chocolates, you don't have to worry with this varied mix of chocolate candies. Easily hand out the individually wrapped candy to trick-or-treaters on Halloween, share them at parties and events, or choose to keep them all to yourself for a deliciously convenient snack for any occasion.
What's the Origin of Caramel M&M's?
Caramel M&M's featured in this M&M's Fun Size Club Variety Mix were first released in 2017. Caramel M&M's come in the iconic, rounded-candy form.
The Origin of Peanut M&M's
Peanut M&M's were the second variety of M&M's to be released after the classic Milk Chocolate flavor was first introduced in 1941. The peanut variety was first introduced in 1954 and only came in one color: tan. This soon changed, however, as red, green and yellow varieties of the Peanut M&M's were introduced in 1960. An orange color replaced all red M&M's in 1976 because of a red dye scare that resulted in people becoming wary of eating any foods that use red food coloring. This red dye scare occurred because two varieties of red dye were ruled to be carcinogens. Although M&M's did not use either of the two carcinogenic red dyes, they decided to remove their red M&M anyways to satisfy their customers and give them peace of mind. Red M&M's were reintroduced to the individually wrapped candy in 1987.