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"The candy-makers of the nation are not having a such a sweet time of it, for, like most other manufacturers, they are bothered by scarcities of labor and materials and so must cut corners and find substitutes...Soybean and peanut oils have replaced coconut oil and there are imitation flavors of chocolate, cinnamon, lemon, lime and anise. Some of the substitutes are still in the experimental stage; some have proved even better than the original materials, from the standpoint of nutrition, at least and research is continuing."

When American movie theaters were confronted with the problem of candy rationing they found a substitute: popcorn (you can read about that here).

     


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Sugar Rationing Hits The Candy Industry (Pathfinder Magazine, 1943)

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