The Halloween treat "candy corn" was originally sold under what name?
Whether you love it or hate it, you probably think of candy corn as a Halloween treat. But in the beginning, it was associated more with chickens than the spooky holiday. When the Goelitz Confectionery Company (now Jelly Belly) first produced candy corn, it was called "Chicken Feed." The tri-colored confection was designed to look like chicken feed and came out at a time when about half of Americans worked on farms. The boxes were illustrated with a colorful rooster logo and a tag line that read: "Something worth crowing for."
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