Texas Pecans To Be Featured In Snickers After Nationwide ContestEarlier this month fans were asked what nut they would like to see in the next Snickers bar -- and a Texas staple came out the winner.
Classic Sweethearts Sugar Candies Won't Be On Shelves For Valentine'sSweethearts — those little sugar hearts with messages like “Kiss Me” and “Be Mine” — won't be on store shelves this Valentine's Day.
Bakers Upset With Missing Tips On Hershey's KissesBakers are complaining that something is amiss with the appearance of Hershey's chocolate kisses.
'No One Likes Them': North Carolina City (Jokingly) Bans Certain Halloween CandyA city in North Carolina has banned certain Halloween candy that it claims "no one likes." Jokingly, of course.
Sweet Treats Await Visitors At North Texas Pop-Up HotelA sweet treat awaits visitors in downtown Dallas, but not for long. It's called The Sweet Tooth Hotel, and it's a shrine to sugar that's taking social media by storm.
News Now: Mosquito Warning, Peeps BeerSpring has arrived, but health officials are warning that mosquito season is here too. Plus, a Fort Worth brewery is offering beer infused with Peeps candy.
Roy Catches Guy 'Raiding The Rainbow' At Super Bowl ExperienceAt the NFL Experience, Roy catches a guy taking advantage of the free skittles that were being offered. Watch as the guy fills an entire duffel bag of free candy.
Hershey Buying Austin-Based Amplify For $1.2 BillionChocolate and candy maker The Hershey Co. is acquiring Amplify Snack Brands for $1.2 billion as it ventures into the healthy snack aisle.
Fat Squirrel Steals Pricey Goods Left Out For Delivery FolksAn obese squirrel was caught on video stealing gourmet chocolate and lip balm that a family leaves outside as a holiday treat for delivery people.
Police In Texas Searching For Thieves After Vending Machine Break-InPolice in Fort Worth are on the lookout for some thieves who were craving something salty or perhaps had a sweet tooth.
Send Your Leftover Halloween Candy To The TroopsIt my still be sitting in a bowl on your kitchen table, but next month, all that leftover Halloween candy could be thousands of miles away, being enjoyed by a member of the U.S. Military overseas.