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Very few Christmas time ornaments can double as a decoration and a candy, but the candy cane is one of the most famous among them all!  Though Christmas is traditionally celebrated on December 25th, the day devoted to the well-known holiday treat, National Candy Cane Day, is observed annually throughout the the U.S. on December 26th.  

Though the true origins of the candy cane are, to date, unknown, there is no shortage of folklore used to fill in the blanks.  Many religious contexts have been attached to the sugary red and white hard candy, but no documentation exists to support them.  So what DO we know about these sinuously swirled sweets?

  • The first canes, forged in the 19th century, were no more than plain white candy sticks used for decor and devouring.  It wasn’t until around the turn of the century that the canes took on their red and white stripes.  
  • Though the average candy cane is only 5 inches tall, the Guinness record for the longest one measured in at 51 feet long.  
  • Typically, candy canes have always been peppermint flavored, with a few other sweeter options made available, as well.  But over the years, other popular flavors have found their niche in the candy cane community, including bacon, Sriracha, and pickle.

Regardless of the flavor you prefer, or your beliefs about the candy cane’s origin, we hope you have a wonderful holiday weekend and enjoy many candy canes on December 26th.  (And seeing that it’s the ‘giving season’, feel free to share some candy canes with loved ones, too!)

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