M&M'S Chocolate Single Size Assorted Variety Box (30 ct.)
About this item
- 30 count candy variety pack
- Five varieties of M&M's
- Great for sharing, cooking or giving
- Full-size, single-serving bags
- Melts in your mouth, not in your hand
The M&M'S® Chocolate Single Size Assorted Variety Box (30 ct.) contains plenty of single-size packs of your favorite M&M'S chocolate varieties. This box of assorted M&M'S chocolate candy will make sure you're the favorite house on Halloween night or the favored party guest.
What Flavors Come In This Candy Variety Pack?
The M&M'S Chocolate Single Size Assorted Variety Box features small candy bags in a single-serving size. Varieties available in this box are tubes of M&M'S Minis, M&M'S Caramel, M&M'S original milk chocolate, Peanut M&M'S and M&M'S Peanut Butter. No matter the event or occasion, with this candy variety pack, you're sure to have a favorite M&M'S bag of candy for everyone.
Where Can You Use These Small Candy Bags?
Outside of Halloween night and bringing a ton of small candy bags to a party, there may not be much else to do with these, right? No way. Not only is this box great for stocking the pantry with all of your favorite varieties of M&M'S (though you may have to hide it), the M&M'S Chocolate Single Size Assorted Variety Box is great for keeping around if you need delicious chocolate morsels in any recipe.
The History of M&M'S
Since being released to the world in the 1940s, M&M'S have been a staple in the candy lover's diet. They came about in a rather unconventional way. In 1911, Frank C. Mars founded Mars Inc., a small confectionery in Newark, New Jersey. When it came time for Frank to retire, he got busy preparing his son Forrest to take his place, provided he spend some time learning overseas about how to start his own business. While abroad, Forrest Mars Sr. noticed British soldiers frequently eating a small, pill-sized candy called Smarties, made with a chocolate center and a hard outer candy shell. He was surprised to see that the small candy bags held up in the summer heat and that they were easy to transport. Armed with his new knowledge and a tiny, tasty idea, Forrest moved back to the United States to claim his spot in his father's company.