Sweet Delights of the Big Sky State – Montana’s Beloved Halloween Candies
Halloween is just around the corner, and if you're anything like me, you're probably pondering what candies to stock up on for the eager trick-or-treaters. Well, Candystore.com has done the legwork for you, conducting a nationwide survey to compile a treasure trove of information that can guide your candy choices.
They embarked on a candy adventure, meticulously pinpointing the most beloved Halloween candies in each state. It's not just about the national bestsellers; it's about knowing what will bring unbridled joy to the kids in your own neighborhood. After all, Halloween is all about creating magical moments, isn't it? So, before you load up on treats for the big night, let's dive into the candy landscape of 2023 and prepare to be the most popular house on the block!
According to the National Retail Federation, Halloween candy spending is projected to reach a jaw-dropping $3.6 billion this year, marking a staggering 16% increase over previous records.
With a broad presence spanning across the United States and even extending into Canada, Candystore.com meticulously analyzed their sales on a state-by-state basis. They also collaborated with an extensive network of major candy manufacturers and distributors who generously shared their insights.
So, which candies reign supreme in each state for Halloween this year? Take a look at the interactive map above; it's like a crystal ball for candy popularity! But if you're curious about the national favorites, here are the top 5:
- Reese's Cups
- Hot Tamales
- Sour Patch Kids
And if you're particularly interested in Montana's top Halloween candies for 2023, look no further:
- Double Bubble Gum
This information should serve as a valuable guide as you prepare to welcome trick-or-treaters this Halloween. If you want to explore more about the nation's favorites, you can read further details here.
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