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M&M'S Peanut Chocolate Holiday Candy (62 oz.)

by M&M's |
Item # 980139480
Model # 127687 |

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Why We Love This

Give your baked goods some color and pizzazz this holiday season! Top brownies, cupcakes, cookies, brittle and toffee—the possibilities are endless.

About this item

  • Holiday peanut M&M flavors in a 62 oz. jar
  • The jar comes with a resealable lid for convenient storage and serving
  • Red and green M&M candies add holiday cheer to any dish
  • Made with peanuts and milk chocolate
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Receive great flavor and festive cheer with M&M'S® Peanut Chocolate Holiday Candy (62 oz.).

Resealable Lid

M&M'S Peanut Chocolate Holiday Candy comes in a 62 oz. plastic jar with a resealable lid. This makes these M&M flavors easy to serve and save because whatever's left over is resealed in the jar and placed back in your pantry. You can use these festive, fun size chocolates as toppings for any baking goods to add some holiday cheer to your desserts. Or choose to place these holiday peanut M&M's in a candy dish to have a nice candy, holiday display in your home to welcome any guests or just to please your family members or roommates. Of course, you may not want to do this if you're planning on keeping any of the fun size chocolates to yourself; because these holiday peanut M&M's will be gone in no time and leaving your home in the bellies of your satisfied guests.

Can You Make Individual Servings?

With M&M'S Peanut Chocolate Holiday Candy, you can take as many M&Ms from the jar you need to make your own individual M&M individual packs.

When Did the Peanut M&M Flavors Originate?

Peanut M&M individual packs were first sold and produced in 1954. Interestingly, the only color of the peanut M&M flavors was tan. It wasn't until 1960 that M&M's made their peanut M&M flavors have red, yellow and green colors. In 1976, orange replaced the red colored M&M's due to a red dye scare where Red Dyes #2 and #4 were labeled and evaluated as carcinogenic, or cancer-causing. Even though M&M flavors used a safe red dye, they still decided to get rid of the red M&M because of public opinion. The red M&M didn't return to M&M individual packs until 1987, while holiday M&M flavors were first introduced in 1986: with Christmas and Easter varieties.

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