How Small Sweet Shops Missed the Halloween Sugar RushBy
Halloween is a $2.5 billion bonanza for the U.S. confectionary-industrial complex—a chance for manufacturers such as Mars and Hershey to plaster jack-o’-lanterns on their packaging and claim prominent floor space at supermarkets, drugstores, and other large retailers.
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