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LeBron James ate candy on the bench late in the Lakers' win over the Pelicans.

LeBron James ate candy on the bench after a dominant performance and sparked a Twitter debate about Twizzlers vs Red Vines

LeBron James' postgame snack re-ignited a debate that has been around for years: Red Vines vs. Twizzliers.
JoJo Siwa recently redecorated her bedroom after moving into a new mansion.

YouTuber JoJo Siwa shared a tour of her bedroom, and it’s a candy lover’s dream

The 16-year-old YouTuber's room is decorated with scented pillows, optical-illusion walls, and more than 4,000 pounds of candy.
The See's Candies factory in Los Angeles, California.

I went behind the scenes at the See’s Candies factory for a look at how it makes over 26 million pounds of candy every year

I went on a tour of the See's Candies factory in Los Angeles, California, and it's a paradise for chocolate lovers.
Kim Kardashian West says she swears by microwaving M&Ms before eating them.

Kim Kardashian swears by microwaving M&Ms, and her fans are both amazed and confused by the food hack

On Sunday, Kim Kardashian West called microwaved M&Ms her "secret of life" in a video shared on Twitter and her Instagram Story.
Harold Caudio's Skittles portraits of Beyoncé (left) and Tupac Shakur (right).

An artist makes elaborate portraits of influential people of color like Beyoncé, Cardi B, and Tupac Shakur entirely out of Skittles for a powerfu...

Artist Harold Caudio chose to work with Skittles after the death of Trayvon Martin, who was fatally shot after buying the candy in 2012.
CandyStore.com, which sells candy in bulk across the US, has tracked its best-selling candy in every state for the last 12 years.

The most popular Halloween candy in every state

Is your state's favorite candy Skittles, Reese's, or saltwater taffy? These are America's favorite candy brands by state, according to CandyStore.com.

13 photos that show how trick-or-treating has evolved over the last five decades

From kids in E.T. masks at Boston's Museum of Science in 1982 to slices of bread dancing at the Greenwich Village Halloween Parade in NYC in 1983.
You can get free fun-size Snickers while supplies last.

Snickers is giving away bags of fun-sized candy to lucky fans and all you need is a cell phone number

The brand is following through on their promise to offer free chocolate even though their petition to move Halloween to a Saturday was unsuccessful.

15 mind-blowing facts about Halloween candy consumption in the US

Each Halloween season, millions of Americans flock to supermarkets and convenience stores to buy candy for trick-or-treaters.

Trick-or-treating dates back to medieval Europe — here’s the fascinating history behind the Halloween tradition

Ever wonder how America's favorite Halloween tradition began? Trick-or-treating has a long and storied history dating back centuries.