Snacks & Candy

CandyRific Offers Sweets & Snack Expo Preview

New products include Star Wars Fanimation Fans, Snowman Marshmallow Set and more
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Photographs courtesy of Candyrific

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — CandyRific offered a sneak peek at some of the new items it will unveil during the National Confectioners Association Sweets & Snacks Expo this week in Indianapolis.

The product launches include Pinkfong Baby Shark and Star Wars The Mandalorian-inspired Fanimation Fans, Movie Snack Kit (with M&M’s brand candies and popcorn), collapsible mugs, Melting Snowman Marshmallow Set and heart mug with socks gift set.

Here’s a closer look:

Item: Pinkfong Baby Shark and The Mandalorian-inspired Fanimation Fans

Description: Baby Shark and The Mandalorian are the latest entries into CandyRific’s growing Fanimation Fans offerings. CandyRific’s technology gives consumers an animated LED show right in their hands. The novelty fans change images through light turning on and off as they spin. The Baby Shark Fanimation Fan comes with 0.35 ounces of Jelly Belly organic jelly beans. The Mandalorian fan includes 0.28 ounces of assorted fruit-flavored dextrose candies in natural flavors and colors.  The suggested retail price is $5.99. The fans ship in four 12-count displays per case.

Item: Melting Snowman Marshmallows Set

Description: This hot cocoa set includes two packets of hot cocoa, two peppermint sticks, and two smiling snowman marshmallows. The suggested retail price is $4.99. The sets ship in six, 1-count displays per case.

The Sweets & Snack Expo will be held June 23-25 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.

Louisville, Ky.-based CandyRific sells candy and novelty product combinations using popular licensed brands. Its portfolio includes products branded through Warner Bros., Universal Brand Development, M&M’s, Skittles and more.

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