Like marshmallows, heirloom gum and other childhood confectionary, licorice is gaining ground as a grown-up treat with a halo of health. Twizzler might be the most popular licorice in the United States, but a number of smaller brands specializing in authentic ingredients has allowed adults to recapture a taste of the past while doing their body good. “People use it for after dinner. If you suck on a good piece of licorice it can usually calm the stomach,” noted Elizabeth Erlandson, and she ...

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