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Post by Tiramisu on Thu Feb 07, 2013 8:32 pm

I recently heard of a candy called "Unreal". Of course I found out about it through searching contests!

What is this product about? They say they are "unjunking" candy.

"A few years ago, Michael and his 13 year old son Nicky got into an
argument over Halloween candy. Nicky came home with his bag of loot,
went to bed, and woke up the next morning to find that his dad had
confiscated most of it. It played out the way these fights normally do,
with the candy gone and Nicky going to his room.

Later, Nicky did some research online (to prove to his dad that candy
isn’t so bad). He discovered that his dad was right (for once).

It’s not that Nicky thought candy was healthy. It’s that he didn’t know how bad it really was. What Nicky learned was that the worst parts
of candy (like hydrogenated oils, corn syrup, artificial colors,
flavors, and preservatives) aren’t there to make it taste good. They’re
there to make it cheaper to produce.

Nicky had a hunch that without the junk, candy could taste better. With
the help of his older brother Kris, and his dad, they set out to prove

I have seen it, but have not yet tried it. I do want to when I find it again!

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