Why Is Sugar Bad For Our Teeth?The bacteria that causes cavities are fueled by sugar. When bacteria eat the sugar, it causes acid to form on the top of the teeth.
Tootsie Pops Are The Top Halloween Candy In Minnesota?The online retailer says it shipped nearly 200,000 pounds of the chocolate-filled lollipops to the state ahead of prime trick-or-treating time.
1, 2 (Crunch) 3! Tootsie Pops Are Minnesota's Top Halloween TreatIn Wisconsin, Starburst comes out on top. But Iowa has a chocolate-filled slate.
Good Question: What’s The Most Popular Halloween Candy?A new survey from the National Confectioners Association says 74 percent of people say they'll give out candy to Halloween trick-or-treaters.
DeRusha Eats: Abdallah CandiesThe holidays are a busy time for the hundreds of elves cranking out candy at a Twin Cities company that is the embodiment of the American dream.
Abdallah Candies Announces Big ExpansionA local candy company is celebrating success by announcing a $12-million expansion. Abdallah Candies announced it will build a new manufacturing facility in Apple Valley.
Brainerd Police: Needle Found In Candy Revealed As HoaxBrainerd police say the incident of a needle found inside a piece of candy on Halloween has been revealed as a hoax.
4 Things To Know: Snoopy's Star, Hutchinson Shooting & MoreThese are the four stories you need to know about for Monday, Nov. 2. They include a big honor for the work of a Minnesota cartoonist, and the latest on a Russian plane crash.
Police: Parents In Brainerd Find Needle In CandyBrainerd police are telling parents to check their kids' trick-or-treat candy.
Good Question: Why Do We Go Trick-Or-Treating?Halloween is just a few days away, and it is estimated that more than 41 million kids will go trick-or-treating this year. More than $2 billion will be spent on candy in the U.S., from Snickers, to Kit Kats, to Three Musketeers.
New Survey Finds Minnesota's Halloween Favorite CandyA social media shopping website just released the findings of its delicious new survey: "America's Favorite Halloween Candy State By State." So, where does Minnesota stand?
'Teal Pumpkin Project' Eases Fears For Children With Allergies On HalloweenPeople came together in Maple Grove Saturday to spread the word about the "Teal Pumpkin Project." Homes that display a teal pumpkin outside on Halloween signals that it's allergy friendly.

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