vintage food advertising even made Butterfingers look nasty. (Curtiss Butterfinger Candy Bar ad, 1953.)
1940s CURTISS CANDY Vintage Illustration Advertisement by Christian Montone, via Flickr
Remember when you had boxes of this to sell? I bought more than I sold!
This was my favorite candy bar -- it cost 10 cents, while Milky Way and Snickers cost only a nickle. Vintage Mars Bar Ad - 1954
Vintage Candy Store party
"made in chocolate town...so they must be good!!"....fun!!!
Bit-o-honey - corner store, chewy purchase
For happy day throughout the year...Curtiss Candy Bars (1953).
vintage wedding candy bar - you could even have some sugar free for grammies! Love this, self serve candy buffet with bars labeled with the even and cute matching ribbons to tie!
Mr. Goodbar is a candy bar containing peanuts and chocolate, whose packaging is identifiable by its yellow background and red text. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images