Chews

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FruiTart Chews
... FruiTart Chews were a bulk candy sold by Nestlé under their Willy Wonka Candy Company brand ... Recently, FruiTart Chews have been replaced by Chewy SweeTarts ... or replaced Dweebs FruiTart Chews Oompas Punky's Shock Tarts Sour Gum Balls Tart 'n' Tinys Tinglerz Wonka Bar Wonka Donutz Wacky Wafers Wonka Xploder Related people Roald ...
List Of Charlie And The Chocolate Factory Characters - Violet Beauregarde
... Robb (2005) Violet Beauregarde, 'a girl who chews gum all day', is one of the Golden Ticket winners, from Miles City, Montana in the 1971 film and from Atlanta, Georgia in the 2005 film ... Violet chews gum obsessively and boasts that she has been chewing the same piece for three months solid ... Violet is intrigued and, despite Wonka's protests, snatches and chews the gum ...
Chewits - Former Advertising Slogans
... Barrow-in-Furness Bus Depot" "Chewits, even chewier than a 15-storey block of flats" "No fruit chew chews chewier" "Chew for victory" "Chews flash" "Do it before you Chewit" "Chew Chewits coz ... Chews a job ... Chews a career ...
Berries And Cream - Products - UK
... Original Fruit Chews (Blackcurrant, Orange, Strawberry, Lemon Lime) Starburst Sour Chews (Cherry, Pineapple, Raspberry and Green Apple) Starburst Smoothies (Strawberry Banana, Strawberry ...
Peanut Chews
... Long familiar to residents of the Philadelphia area and neighboring Mid-Atlantic states, Peanut Chews are a family of US candy products manufactured by Just Born ... Peanut Chews were developed and, during most of their history, manufactured by the Goldenberg Candy Company, which was founded by a Romanian immigrant, David Goldenberg in 1890 ... Peanut Chews were first introduced in 1917 ...

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