Remember when we could get a little brown bag FULL of penny candy for a nickle? You'd get 3 or more for a penny ... ♫ those were the days,my friend♫

Remember when we could get a little brown bag FULL of penny candy for a nickle? You'd get 3 or more for a penny .

The penny candy counter is more than just a memory at The Vermont Country Store in Weston, Vermont! Kids of all ages get their Mary Janes, Pixie Stix, Smarties, Atomic Fireballs, jawbreakers and Starlight Kisses for just a penny a piece. Some things are as good as you remember!

The Vermont Country Store has retail stores and restaurants in Weston and Rockingham, Vermont.

candy lipsticks

I loved candy lipstick! Even though it didn't even taste all that good - it was just cool. I remember being devastated when I left my candy lipstick at the city pool when I was little.

Penny candy, peanuts that had a banana flavor???...my brother loved these nasty things...df

circus peanut candy - shaped like peanuts and tastes like bananas, never could figure that out. My dad loved these

Du choix, du choix et encore du choix...  Ça aussi c'est un peu l'esprit monmagasingeneral!

The Floyd Country Store, in its renovated reincarnation, draws young and old–for the music, for the food and soda fountain, and for the penny candy you once loved and can’t find anywher…

Rau's Country Store    An old-fashioned pickle barrel, penny candy, vintage metal advertising signs, linens and lace, and nostalgia-theme lunch boxes are just some of the things you'll find inside Rau's Country Store. The Frankenmuth shop, located inside a 106-year-old former hotel, stuffs its finds in what feels like a quirky maze

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Country Store An old-fashioned pickle barrel, penny candy, vintage metal advertising signs, linens and lace, and nostalgia-theme lunch boxes.

Wax bottles with candy juice.

I remember! Wax bottles with candy juice.and then you chewed the wax like gum.Some of the cheaper brands just crumbled in your mouth. by ester.

"Penny Candy," The time we spent filling up our little paper bag at Fred's!

"Penny Candy," September 23, 1944

Penny Candy, Saturday Evening Post Cover, September 1944 Giclee Print by Stevan Dohanos

the feel: colorful stick candies. a hint of the past. I loved buying these at old timey stores (and cracker barrel) as a kid.

the feel: colorful stick candies. a hint of the past. I loved buying these at old timey stores (and cracker barrel) as a kid.

Loved the "candy cigarettes" from the penny candy store & general store growing up :)

Candy Cigs- YES! I remember these! What were we thinking making it fun for kids to act llike they are smoking.

Penny candy!  I remember get a dime and going to the corner store "The Mighty Midget" and getting a full brown paper bag full of this glorious stuff.....black balls, green mint leaves,  strawberries, pixie stix etc...

I remember get a dime and going to the corner store "The Mighty Midget" and getting a full brown paper bag full of this glorious stuff.black balls, green mint leaves, strawberries, pixie stix etc.

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Salt water taffy: oh man I can not tell ya how much I loved these, used to give these out also good job awards at school instead of stickers

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