Some supermarket merchandisers are a bit hesitant to put a product called S.N.O.T. on their shelves. But they're only grown-ups, after all. What do they know? A lot of kids between 4 and 12 years old may think S.N.O.T. (for Super-Nauseating Obnoxious Treat) is real cool, and would not hesitate to buy it. S.N.O.T. notwithstanding, the children's novelty segment of candy is starting to get the attention of supermarket candy buyers. Once the domain of the corner novelty shop, candy with kid ...
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