openPR Logo
Press release

Lemonheads Candy Celebrates 48 Years in 2010

09-24-2010 12:15 PM CET | Fashion, Lifestyle, Trends

Press release from: CW Health Inc

Lemonheads candy is still just as popular as ever after 48 years in production. They were developed in 1962 by the Ferrara Pan Candy Company of Forest Park, Illinois (founded in 1908), which also makes other favorites, such as Atomic Fireballs, Original Boston Baked Beans, and Red Hots. Available at bulk pricing via, Lemonheads are still America’s favorite tart lemon candy.

Today Ferrara Pan pumps out 500 million of the little sour candies every day from the same factory in America’s heartland, just outside of Chicago. Millions of people worldwide are connected by their love for Lemonheads candy. Founder Salvatore Ferrara immigrated to Chicago from Italy in 1900. In 1908 Ferrara Pan Candy Company was founded and specialized in what was called "Confetti", or candy coated almonds used in Italian wedding parties.

Made today using the same recipe developed in 1962, there is real lemon juice in the deliciously tart outer coating. Production has been increased many times over the years. From barely being able to keep up with demand in the ‘60s to pumping out 500 million Lemonheads per year as of the last published count.

Ferrara Pan recently expanded what they call their "Headline" assortment. They are now offering Grapeheads, Appleheads, Cherryheads, and Orangeheads in addition to the original Lemonheads candy. There are plenty of options for ordering the sweet tasting Ferrara Pan favorites, but the website has great bulk pricing and plenty of selection and options for packaging and quantities.

CW Health, Inc. sponsors ideas and products that make you physically, financially, or emotionally healthier. There's really a place for each, even if they conflict. Life can always be better, and we can all work together and share ideas how to do it. If it makes you smile, that's a good start. For more information, you can visit their website at

CW Health Inc
Waterford, Michigan, USA, 48327

Email :
Website :

This release was published on openPR.

Permanent link to this press release:

Please set a link in the press area of your homepage to this press release on openPR. openPR disclaims liability for any content contained in this release.

You can edit or delete your press release Lemonheads Candy Celebrates 48 Years in 2010 here

News-ID: 145696 • Views: 937

More Releases from CW Health Inc

11-15-2010 | Sports
CW Health Inc
Callaway X 18 Iron Clubs Great Quality Doesn’t Save a Loss for the 3rd Quarter
Callaway X 18 irons have been and still are terrific golf club. Despite that, the company posted a loss of over $20 million for 3rd Quarter of 2010 compared with nearly a $16 million loss for the same quarter last year. Callaway Golf Company (NYSE: ELY.N) reported weak quarterly results, as lower sales volumes injured gross margins for the quarter, which dropped from 31 percent to 28 percent.
Corgi Batmobile Celebrating Its 44th Anniversary
The vintage Corgi Batmobile, a miniature die-cast of the 1960’s Batmobile, is celebrating its 44th anniversary this year, and the company long left the business world while the classic toy model continues to thrive. Corgi Toys was a company that produced a range of diecast toy vehicles including the Corgi Corgi Batmobile. They are made by Mettoy Playcraft Ltd. in the United Kingdom. The company had a long standing
Hot Wheels Batmobile Pocket-sized Remote Control Car to Be Released in October
The Hot Wheels Batmobile Tumbler, a scaled remote-controlled die-cast of the Batmobile Tumbler, is set for launch this month. Stealth Rides are Hot Wheels' latest remote controlled cars, with the unique feature of stowing away the cars into their own remote controllers. The company designed the vehicles so that they can be easily carried. The cars fold flat and fit into an iPhone-sized carrying case. The Tumbler debuts in October. According to
Batman Bike and Other Iconic TV Cars on Display in Los Angeles
Batman Bike, more commonly known as the Batcycle in the 1960’s Batman television series and a number of other iconic TV automobiles including “Herbie the Love Bug”, The Dukes of Hazzard's General Lee, and the Rolls-Royce from the Thomas Crown Affair were on display at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles. The exhibition highlights the role of automobiles in popular American television shows over the decades and celebrates these iconic

All 5 Releases