In the relentless push to move business forward, retailers find that sometimes, there's plenty of profitability in the past. Candy is one of those opportunities. From Necco wafers and Beemans gum to licorice pipes and wax lips, the sweets of yesterday are gaining new respect as they reappear on store shelves. For older shoppers, it's a trip down memory lane; for younger consumers, it's a bridge to their parents' generation, retailers and industry analysts told SN. "In a lot of cases, the ...

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