In February, Mars, which also has a global chocolate headquarters in Mount Olive, announced it would be phasing out artificial colors from M&M's and other sweets in its stable because of concerns from customers who prefer natural ingredients. Called M&M's Caramel, each bite-sized "lentil" of the candy has a soft caramel center covered in milk chocolate. Oh yeah, it's pretty darn common in the candy world.
Caramel lovers, rejoice: there's a new M&M flavor headed to the shelves, and it's right up your alley.
M&M's Caramel will be the fourth category of the candy and will become a permanent member of the M&M family.
Caramel is not only a childhood favorite, Izzo says it's trendy, growing and shows no sign of losing popularity. But caramel was especially of interest to the company in recent years. Based in McLean, Virginia, Mars has net sales of more than $33 billion, six business segments including Petcare, Chocolate, Wrigley, Food, Drinks, Symbioscience, and more than 75,000 Associates worldwide that are putting its Principles into action to make a difference for people and the planet through its performance.
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It wasn't until 1954 that peanut M&M's made their debut and 1991 that the peanut butter versions was first sold. However, they are supposedly bigger than regular milk chocolate M&M's.
On top of diverting time, Mars invested about $100 million to develop a new manufacturing site in Kansas.
Caramel m&m's won't hit the market until may.
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