CHICAGO (FNS) -- Intense, powerful flavors are having an effect in the candy business. That translates into an explosion of new products in the "power" mint and gum category for adults and a move to "extreme sour" sensations in kids' candies, if products on display at the recent All Candy Expo here are any indication. Some 370 exhibitors displayed a wide variety of candies to more than 3,000 retail and wholesale buyers at the three-day event sponsored by the National Confectioners ...

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