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Small candy -coated chocolates produced by Mars.

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  • Apr 5, 2010
Munch, munch, munch. I'm eating a packet of M&M's right now. Takes care of both my chocolate fix and my sugar low.
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review by . December 13, 2008
want to make a bowl of ice cream better?  add M & M's want to make that batch of cookies more colorful?  add M & M's need some chocolate with that Rice Krispy Treat?  add M & M's you see where i'm going with this?  they make everything a little yummier. plus they're perfect to eat and share right from the bag. 
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M&M's Chocolate Candies are candy-coated pieces of chocolate with the letter "m" inscribed on them, produced by Mars, Incorporated. Several variations of the candy exist, including milk chocolate, peanut, cherry cordial (available primarily during the Christmas season), dulce de leche, toffee, crispy, almond, peanut butter, white chocolate (with and without peanuts), mint flavor, and dark chocolate (with and without peanuts). The candies were originally manufactured in brown, yellow, orange, red, green, and violet. Violet was replaced by tan in 1949, which was replaced by blue in 1995. Mars also launched a competition to have a new color between purple, pink, and turquoise sometime around 2002. Purple became the extra color, but it eventually disappeared.
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