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Candy Is Apparently Great Marketing for God

Candy Is Apparently Great Marketing for God


At the candy expo, Scriptures Candy shills out Jelly Bean Prayers

Sure, Sour Patch Kids are a classic, and Avengers candy is a smart gimmick, but the Sweet and Snack Expo in Chicago brings us the latest in candy trends: Scriptures Candy.

According to the AFP, Scriptures Candy is looking to spread the message of God with a little sweetness. "Our mission is to reach the world one piece at a time with the word of God and it just happens to be on a piece of candy," founder Brian Adkins said.

Products include Jelly Bean Prayers, which pair jelly bean colors with corresponding prayers. Sample: "White shows the cleansing of my sin as I put my faith in Thee."

Then there's peppermint candies embossed with the words, "Jesus, Lives," and lollipops in the shape of a cross. Apparently the candies have been doing well, even though "the main market was a bit slower because they were afraid of offending people," Adkins told AFP.


Marks & Spencers' New Orange Candy Melon Tastes Like Sweets

M&S is going bananas for melons right now. Earlier this month, the iconic store announced a brand-new melon called a Limelon, which tastes like a juicy melon with a hint of lime.

M&S explained that the new arrival is &ldquodeliciously refreshing with a zesty citrus bite.&rdquo

And now Marks & Spencer has released an Orange Candy melon. Tell me you&rsquore not intrigued&hellip

According to the guys at M&S, this exciting new fruit tastes like sweets.

M&S says about the tasty new melon: &ldquoA limited edition and only available until early September, this unique Spanish grown melon is ideal on its own, in a fruit salad or with ice-cream and has a flavour profile which is aromatic and as the name would suggest - sweet like candy.

"We pride ourselves on providing great quality, diverse and unusual fresh produce varieties which you don't often see in the supermarket and this variety of sweet melon is no different.&rdquo

The melon, which is apparently &ldquobursting with flavour&rdquo will set you back £3.

Our good friend @KevsSnackReviews has tried the Orange Candy for himself and he&rsquos into it.

He says it&rsquos basically a Honeydew, but with a darker colour. Plus, it&rsquos a little smaller in size.

He adds: &ldquoThe taste is very different from a Honeydew. I do love Honeydew's, they're so sweet and satisfying, but it's nice to have something a bit less sweet now and then. This one has a more muted sweetness and a slight tartness, more flavour than a Honeydew and less emphasis on its sweetness. It's hard to describe really, but it's a very refreshing and tasty melon!&rdquo

Just think of the frozen margaritas you could make with one of these. Sorry, I&rsquove got booze on the brain as usual&hellip

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Marks & Spencers' New Orange Candy Melon Tastes Like Sweets

M&S is going bananas for melons right now. Earlier this month, the iconic store announced a brand-new melon called a Limelon, which tastes like a juicy melon with a hint of lime.

M&S explained that the new arrival is &ldquodeliciously refreshing with a zesty citrus bite.&rdquo

And now Marks & Spencer has released an Orange Candy melon. Tell me you&rsquore not intrigued&hellip

According to the guys at M&S, this exciting new fruit tastes like sweets.

M&S says about the tasty new melon: &ldquoA limited edition and only available until early September, this unique Spanish grown melon is ideal on its own, in a fruit salad or with ice-cream and has a flavour profile which is aromatic and as the name would suggest - sweet like candy.

"We pride ourselves on providing great quality, diverse and unusual fresh produce varieties which you don't often see in the supermarket and this variety of sweet melon is no different.&rdquo

The melon, which is apparently &ldquobursting with flavour&rdquo will set you back £3.

Our good friend @KevsSnackReviews has tried the Orange Candy for himself and he&rsquos into it.

He says it&rsquos basically a Honeydew, but with a darker colour. Plus, it&rsquos a little smaller in size.

He adds: &ldquoThe taste is very different from a Honeydew. I do love Honeydew's, they're so sweet and satisfying, but it's nice to have something a bit less sweet now and then. This one has a more muted sweetness and a slight tartness, more flavour than a Honeydew and less emphasis on its sweetness. It's hard to describe really, but it's a very refreshing and tasty melon!&rdquo

Just think of the frozen margaritas you could make with one of these. Sorry, I&rsquove got booze on the brain as usual&hellip

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Marks & Spencers' New Orange Candy Melon Tastes Like Sweets

M&S is going bananas for melons right now. Earlier this month, the iconic store announced a brand-new melon called a Limelon, which tastes like a juicy melon with a hint of lime.

M&S explained that the new arrival is &ldquodeliciously refreshing with a zesty citrus bite.&rdquo

And now Marks & Spencer has released an Orange Candy melon. Tell me you&rsquore not intrigued&hellip

According to the guys at M&S, this exciting new fruit tastes like sweets.

M&S says about the tasty new melon: &ldquoA limited edition and only available until early September, this unique Spanish grown melon is ideal on its own, in a fruit salad or with ice-cream and has a flavour profile which is aromatic and as the name would suggest - sweet like candy.

"We pride ourselves on providing great quality, diverse and unusual fresh produce varieties which you don't often see in the supermarket and this variety of sweet melon is no different.&rdquo

The melon, which is apparently &ldquobursting with flavour&rdquo will set you back £3.

Our good friend @KevsSnackReviews has tried the Orange Candy for himself and he&rsquos into it.

He says it&rsquos basically a Honeydew, but with a darker colour. Plus, it&rsquos a little smaller in size.

He adds: &ldquoThe taste is very different from a Honeydew. I do love Honeydew's, they're so sweet and satisfying, but it's nice to have something a bit less sweet now and then. This one has a more muted sweetness and a slight tartness, more flavour than a Honeydew and less emphasis on its sweetness. It's hard to describe really, but it's a very refreshing and tasty melon!&rdquo

Just think of the frozen margaritas you could make with one of these. Sorry, I&rsquove got booze on the brain as usual&hellip

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Marks & Spencers' New Orange Candy Melon Tastes Like Sweets

M&S is going bananas for melons right now. Earlier this month, the iconic store announced a brand-new melon called a Limelon, which tastes like a juicy melon with a hint of lime.

M&S explained that the new arrival is &ldquodeliciously refreshing with a zesty citrus bite.&rdquo

And now Marks & Spencer has released an Orange Candy melon. Tell me you&rsquore not intrigued&hellip

According to the guys at M&S, this exciting new fruit tastes like sweets.

M&S says about the tasty new melon: &ldquoA limited edition and only available until early September, this unique Spanish grown melon is ideal on its own, in a fruit salad or with ice-cream and has a flavour profile which is aromatic and as the name would suggest - sweet like candy.

"We pride ourselves on providing great quality, diverse and unusual fresh produce varieties which you don't often see in the supermarket and this variety of sweet melon is no different.&rdquo

The melon, which is apparently &ldquobursting with flavour&rdquo will set you back £3.

Our good friend @KevsSnackReviews has tried the Orange Candy for himself and he&rsquos into it.

He says it&rsquos basically a Honeydew, but with a darker colour. Plus, it&rsquos a little smaller in size.

He adds: &ldquoThe taste is very different from a Honeydew. I do love Honeydew's, they're so sweet and satisfying, but it's nice to have something a bit less sweet now and then. This one has a more muted sweetness and a slight tartness, more flavour than a Honeydew and less emphasis on its sweetness. It's hard to describe really, but it's a very refreshing and tasty melon!&rdquo

Just think of the frozen margaritas you could make with one of these. Sorry, I&rsquove got booze on the brain as usual&hellip

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Marks & Spencers' New Orange Candy Melon Tastes Like Sweets

M&S is going bananas for melons right now. Earlier this month, the iconic store announced a brand-new melon called a Limelon, which tastes like a juicy melon with a hint of lime.

M&S explained that the new arrival is &ldquodeliciously refreshing with a zesty citrus bite.&rdquo

And now Marks & Spencer has released an Orange Candy melon. Tell me you&rsquore not intrigued&hellip

According to the guys at M&S, this exciting new fruit tastes like sweets.

M&S says about the tasty new melon: &ldquoA limited edition and only available until early September, this unique Spanish grown melon is ideal on its own, in a fruit salad or with ice-cream and has a flavour profile which is aromatic and as the name would suggest - sweet like candy.

"We pride ourselves on providing great quality, diverse and unusual fresh produce varieties which you don't often see in the supermarket and this variety of sweet melon is no different.&rdquo

The melon, which is apparently &ldquobursting with flavour&rdquo will set you back £3.

Our good friend @KevsSnackReviews has tried the Orange Candy for himself and he&rsquos into it.

He says it&rsquos basically a Honeydew, but with a darker colour. Plus, it&rsquos a little smaller in size.

He adds: &ldquoThe taste is very different from a Honeydew. I do love Honeydew's, they're so sweet and satisfying, but it's nice to have something a bit less sweet now and then. This one has a more muted sweetness and a slight tartness, more flavour than a Honeydew and less emphasis on its sweetness. It's hard to describe really, but it's a very refreshing and tasty melon!&rdquo

Just think of the frozen margaritas you could make with one of these. Sorry, I&rsquove got booze on the brain as usual&hellip

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Marks & Spencers' New Orange Candy Melon Tastes Like Sweets

M&S is going bananas for melons right now. Earlier this month, the iconic store announced a brand-new melon called a Limelon, which tastes like a juicy melon with a hint of lime.

M&S explained that the new arrival is &ldquodeliciously refreshing with a zesty citrus bite.&rdquo

And now Marks & Spencer has released an Orange Candy melon. Tell me you&rsquore not intrigued&hellip

According to the guys at M&S, this exciting new fruit tastes like sweets.

M&S says about the tasty new melon: &ldquoA limited edition and only available until early September, this unique Spanish grown melon is ideal on its own, in a fruit salad or with ice-cream and has a flavour profile which is aromatic and as the name would suggest - sweet like candy.

"We pride ourselves on providing great quality, diverse and unusual fresh produce varieties which you don't often see in the supermarket and this variety of sweet melon is no different.&rdquo

The melon, which is apparently &ldquobursting with flavour&rdquo will set you back £3.

Our good friend @KevsSnackReviews has tried the Orange Candy for himself and he&rsquos into it.

He says it&rsquos basically a Honeydew, but with a darker colour. Plus, it&rsquos a little smaller in size.

He adds: &ldquoThe taste is very different from a Honeydew. I do love Honeydew's, they're so sweet and satisfying, but it's nice to have something a bit less sweet now and then. This one has a more muted sweetness and a slight tartness, more flavour than a Honeydew and less emphasis on its sweetness. It's hard to describe really, but it's a very refreshing and tasty melon!&rdquo

Just think of the frozen margaritas you could make with one of these. Sorry, I&rsquove got booze on the brain as usual&hellip

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Marks & Spencers' New Orange Candy Melon Tastes Like Sweets

M&S is going bananas for melons right now. Earlier this month, the iconic store announced a brand-new melon called a Limelon, which tastes like a juicy melon with a hint of lime.

M&S explained that the new arrival is &ldquodeliciously refreshing with a zesty citrus bite.&rdquo

And now Marks & Spencer has released an Orange Candy melon. Tell me you&rsquore not intrigued&hellip

According to the guys at M&S, this exciting new fruit tastes like sweets.

M&S says about the tasty new melon: &ldquoA limited edition and only available until early September, this unique Spanish grown melon is ideal on its own, in a fruit salad or with ice-cream and has a flavour profile which is aromatic and as the name would suggest - sweet like candy.

"We pride ourselves on providing great quality, diverse and unusual fresh produce varieties which you don't often see in the supermarket and this variety of sweet melon is no different.&rdquo

The melon, which is apparently &ldquobursting with flavour&rdquo will set you back £3.

Our good friend @KevsSnackReviews has tried the Orange Candy for himself and he&rsquos into it.

He says it&rsquos basically a Honeydew, but with a darker colour. Plus, it&rsquos a little smaller in size.

He adds: &ldquoThe taste is very different from a Honeydew. I do love Honeydew's, they're so sweet and satisfying, but it's nice to have something a bit less sweet now and then. This one has a more muted sweetness and a slight tartness, more flavour than a Honeydew and less emphasis on its sweetness. It's hard to describe really, but it's a very refreshing and tasty melon!&rdquo

Just think of the frozen margaritas you could make with one of these. Sorry, I&rsquove got booze on the brain as usual&hellip

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Marks & Spencers' New Orange Candy Melon Tastes Like Sweets

M&S is going bananas for melons right now. Earlier this month, the iconic store announced a brand-new melon called a Limelon, which tastes like a juicy melon with a hint of lime.

M&S explained that the new arrival is &ldquodeliciously refreshing with a zesty citrus bite.&rdquo

And now Marks & Spencer has released an Orange Candy melon. Tell me you&rsquore not intrigued&hellip

According to the guys at M&S, this exciting new fruit tastes like sweets.

M&S says about the tasty new melon: &ldquoA limited edition and only available until early September, this unique Spanish grown melon is ideal on its own, in a fruit salad or with ice-cream and has a flavour profile which is aromatic and as the name would suggest - sweet like candy.

"We pride ourselves on providing great quality, diverse and unusual fresh produce varieties which you don't often see in the supermarket and this variety of sweet melon is no different.&rdquo

The melon, which is apparently &ldquobursting with flavour&rdquo will set you back £3.

Our good friend @KevsSnackReviews has tried the Orange Candy for himself and he&rsquos into it.

He says it&rsquos basically a Honeydew, but with a darker colour. Plus, it&rsquos a little smaller in size.

He adds: &ldquoThe taste is very different from a Honeydew. I do love Honeydew's, they're so sweet and satisfying, but it's nice to have something a bit less sweet now and then. This one has a more muted sweetness and a slight tartness, more flavour than a Honeydew and less emphasis on its sweetness. It's hard to describe really, but it's a very refreshing and tasty melon!&rdquo

Just think of the frozen margaritas you could make with one of these. Sorry, I&rsquove got booze on the brain as usual&hellip

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Marks & Spencers' New Orange Candy Melon Tastes Like Sweets

M&S is going bananas for melons right now. Earlier this month, the iconic store announced a brand-new melon called a Limelon, which tastes like a juicy melon with a hint of lime.

M&S explained that the new arrival is &ldquodeliciously refreshing with a zesty citrus bite.&rdquo

And now Marks & Spencer has released an Orange Candy melon. Tell me you&rsquore not intrigued&hellip

According to the guys at M&S, this exciting new fruit tastes like sweets.

M&S says about the tasty new melon: &ldquoA limited edition and only available until early September, this unique Spanish grown melon is ideal on its own, in a fruit salad or with ice-cream and has a flavour profile which is aromatic and as the name would suggest - sweet like candy.

"We pride ourselves on providing great quality, diverse and unusual fresh produce varieties which you don't often see in the supermarket and this variety of sweet melon is no different.&rdquo

The melon, which is apparently &ldquobursting with flavour&rdquo will set you back £3.

Our good friend @KevsSnackReviews has tried the Orange Candy for himself and he&rsquos into it.

He says it&rsquos basically a Honeydew, but with a darker colour. Plus, it&rsquos a little smaller in size.

He adds: &ldquoThe taste is very different from a Honeydew. I do love Honeydew's, they're so sweet and satisfying, but it's nice to have something a bit less sweet now and then. This one has a more muted sweetness and a slight tartness, more flavour than a Honeydew and less emphasis on its sweetness. It's hard to describe really, but it's a very refreshing and tasty melon!&rdquo

Just think of the frozen margaritas you could make with one of these. Sorry, I&rsquove got booze on the brain as usual&hellip

Like this article? Sign up to our newsletter to get more articles like this delivered straight to your inbox.


Marks & Spencers' New Orange Candy Melon Tastes Like Sweets

M&S is going bananas for melons right now. Earlier this month, the iconic store announced a brand-new melon called a Limelon, which tastes like a juicy melon with a hint of lime.

M&S explained that the new arrival is &ldquodeliciously refreshing with a zesty citrus bite.&rdquo

And now Marks & Spencer has released an Orange Candy melon. Tell me you&rsquore not intrigued&hellip

According to the guys at M&S, this exciting new fruit tastes like sweets.

M&S says about the tasty new melon: &ldquoA limited edition and only available until early September, this unique Spanish grown melon is ideal on its own, in a fruit salad or with ice-cream and has a flavour profile which is aromatic and as the name would suggest - sweet like candy.

"We pride ourselves on providing great quality, diverse and unusual fresh produce varieties which you don't often see in the supermarket and this variety of sweet melon is no different.&rdquo

The melon, which is apparently &ldquobursting with flavour&rdquo will set you back £3.

Our good friend @KevsSnackReviews has tried the Orange Candy for himself and he&rsquos into it.

He says it&rsquos basically a Honeydew, but with a darker colour. Plus, it&rsquos a little smaller in size.

He adds: &ldquoThe taste is very different from a Honeydew. I do love Honeydew's, they're so sweet and satisfying, but it's nice to have something a bit less sweet now and then. This one has a more muted sweetness and a slight tartness, more flavour than a Honeydew and less emphasis on its sweetness. It's hard to describe really, but it's a very refreshing and tasty melon!&rdquo

Just think of the frozen margaritas you could make with one of these. Sorry, I&rsquove got booze on the brain as usual&hellip

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