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Marathon Chocolate Bar---Marathon was a candy bar consisting of eight inches of braided chocolate and caramel. It was manufactured by Mars Inc and first sold in the United States in August 1973. The bright red packaging contained a ruler with inch markings on the reverse demonstrating that it was as long as it claimed. (The length was the result of its braided shape; it didn't weigh more than standard candy bars.) It was discontinued in October 1981. Note: There was also a 15" version of The Marathon Bar sold in Southern California at local 7/11 stores. These had the 15" ruler on the back of the red wrapper.

I remember figuring out that, if properly paced, I could eat these one at a time and when the whole necklace was gone, Mom would be home from the hospital with our new baby sister! @sarahconstablematt

We had these EVERY Christmas at my Grandma and Grandpas. The peanut shaped/flavored were my favorite.

Oh Tart n Tinys where have you gone? I may never get a chance to beat my tiny candy stacking record again... Sigh.

Sunline - Pixy Stix - trade ad - Candy Wholesaler magazine - April 1963 by JasonLiebig, via Flickr

Tom's Foods - plastic candy-filled fruits - candy containers and tag scan - 1970's by JasonLiebig, via Flickr

Haha! Loved these, me and my friends used to walk around the neighborhood with these and sparkling apple cider pretending we were drinking and smoking, when we were, like, 8. lol what dorks!

Chuckles candy - they sold this at the neighborhood swimming pool concession stand. I loved it!

Jaw Breakers...a part of the 1970s movie experience....right along with a giant pickle!

an assortment of Razzles - the packs just kept getting smaller and smaller...

Gold Rocks Candy Bubble Gum - have not thought of this in years!

Tom's Foods - plastic candy-filled fruits - candy containers and tag scan - 1970's by JasonLiebig, via Flickr