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M&M's Mini Milk Chocolate Candies (1.08 oz. tubes, 24 ct.)

by M&M's |
Item # 859404
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Model # 017954 |

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About this item

  • Good for concessions stands and c-stores
  • 24 tubes, each filled with 1.08 oz. of mini M&M's
  • Resealable tube
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Description

M&M's® Mini® Milk Chocolate Candies (1.08 oz. tubes, 24 ct.) are teeny tiny little M&Ms bottled up in a fun to-go container that is resealable so you can always come back for more. M&M candy is a timeless favorite that never goes out of style, with kids and grown-ups alike. The smooth milk chocolate center is like a prize waiting inside the hard candy shell, a protective layer. M&Ms milk chocolate candy is nearly perfect in the classic size, but these Mini M&Ms are even more exciting for their popping potential. A handful of these babies goes down easy.

What's Different About M&M Minis?

The ratio of hard candy shell to the milky center is slightly increased, making for a crunchier delight than you might be used to with the original. M&M minis have the smoothest, most luscious chocolate that never melts since it's inside its protective candy shell. Milk chocolate is sweet and satisfying, roasty but with no bitterness.

What Do You Do with All These Mini M&Ms?

This pack of 24 tubes is perfect for high-volume and commercial settings, such as convenience stores or concessions stands. It also works well for breakrooms or offices, warehouses and places where convenient snacks need to be taken to go. Of course, you can always just save them all for yourself or give them as fun and random gifts to those people you really love. M&Ms will always put a smile on their face.

When Were M&Ms Invented?

M and M candy was first conceptualized and introduced over 75 years ago, in 1941. Forrest Mars thought it brilliant to place the delicate milk chocolate inside a protective layer of hard candy syrup that would protect it from melting. The rest is history.

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