Archie McPhee Creates Shiitake Mushroom, Pho, and Ketchup-Flavored Candy Canes

A playful take on the holiday candy.

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Archie McPhee, the Seattle-based novelty dealer, is already prepping for Christmas with a lot of weird candy cane flavors. Those looking to try a new flavor outside of the customary peppermint one can now try flavors such as pho, Shiitake mushroom, and ketchup.

Each flavor comes in a pack of six candy canes with each cane measuring in at 5-1/4” in height. Those looking to surprise their family and friends this Holiday season can head over to McPhee where they are retailing for $6.50 USD.

In other candy news, Jelly Belly to give away an entire candy factory in a nation-wide treasure hunt.

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