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    Neapolitan Coconut Sundaes - FAVORITE penny candy!

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    • Erica Encarnacion

      Oh, my! This was one of my favorite candies as a kid. I look for them every time I'm in a candy shop. I've yet to find them.

    • Denise Hammett

      Neapolitan Coconut Sundaes -would always get these and put them in my BRACHS candy bag with the others.

    • JoAnn Rogers

      Neapolitan Coconut Sundaes. I love these reminds me of my childhood and the candy we hardly ever got...

    • Therese Oneill

      Neapolitan Coconut Sundaes. Hell yeah. Either love 'em or hate 'em, like black licorice. LOVE THEM.

    • Amy's World

      penny candy from the 70's | Neapolitan Coconut Sundaes - FAVORITE penny candy!

    • Patricia Larkin

      Grandma always had these. Looks like coconut bacon penny candy.

    • Melody Simpson

      Neapolitan Coconut Sundaes by Brach's mmmmm, i love these!

    • Chi San

      Neapolitan Coconut Sundaes by Brach's - 2 lb bulk bag

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