German Candy Packaging

14 April, 2008

It is no secret that I have a sweet tooth (and many cavities to prove it), but I am especially weak in certain cases. These treats were bought mostly out of interest for the lettering, more than being hungry. However. all were tasty. Germany has some interesting packaging that is frequently significantly different than that back in the US. Check out larger images on the next page.

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2 Responses to “German Candy Packaging”

  • >and many cavities to prove it

    Hey, if you’re cavity prone, you’d better watch out here in Germany with all this candy. German dentists are terrible :(

  • Rob

    Oh yeah, well I have to go… it will be painful and probably not end well…