Mrs. Tate's Research Question for October
Mrs. Tate's Research Question for October
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Monday, September 10, 2018


Research Question

of the Month

Candy Corn was in the 1880s. Candy Corn was originally called “butter cream candies” and “chicken feed” because corn was commonly used as food for livestock. They even had a rooster on the candy boxes. Candy Corn had no association with Halloween or fall, and was sold seasonally from March to November. After World War II, advertisers began marketing it as a special Halloween treat due to its colors that match those of the fall harvest.

Who invented Candy Corn?

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