Tootsie Roll Industries Hot Cocoa Single-Serve Pod 40ct. Variety Pack: Tootsie Roll Industries Hot Cocoa Single-Serve Sampler (40ct.)

Tootsie Roll Industries Hot Cocoa Single-Serve Pod 40ct. Variety Pack: Tootsie Roll Industries Hot Cocoa Single-Serve Sampler (40ct.)

In 1896 its founder Leo Hirschfeld, an Austrian immigrant to the United States, started his candy business in a small shop located in New York City.[2] He wanted a "chocolate" candy that would not melt easily in the heat, and would be an economical artificial alternative to traditional chocolates.[citation needed] He named the candy after the nickname of his daughter, Clara "Tootsie" Hirschfeld.[2] By 1905, production moved to a five-story factory. In 1917 the name of the company was…

In 1896 its founder Leo Hirschfeld, an Austrian immigrant to the United States, started his candy business in a small shop located in New York City.[2] He wanted a "chocolate" candy that would not melt easily in the heat, and would be an economical artificial alternative to traditional chocolates.[citation needed] He named the candy after the nickname of his daughter, Clara "Tootsie" Hirschfeld.[2] By 1905, production moved to a five-story factory. In 1917 the name of the company was…

February 23, 1896: The Tootsie Roll is invented.The iconic candy was designed to be chewy, economical to manufacture, and not susceptible to melting in the heat. The traditional recipe calls for a little bit of the previous day's batch to be included each day, meaning that, theoretically at least, there's a little bit of the original Tootsie Roll in every one you eat.

February 23, 1896: The Tootsie Roll is invented.The iconic candy was designed to be chewy, economical to manufacture, and not susceptible to melting in the heat. The traditional recipe calls for a little bit of the previous day's batch to be included each day, meaning that, theoretically at least, there's a little bit of the original Tootsie Roll in every one you eat.

(A vintage Tootsie Roll Pops advertisement.) Tootsie Pops were invented in 1930 by Lukas R. Weisgram, an employee of The Sweets Company of America.  The company changed its name to Tootsie Roll Industries in 1969.

(A vintage Tootsie Roll Pops advertisement.) Tootsie Pops were invented in 1930 by Lukas R. Weisgram, an employee of The Sweets Company of America. The company changed its name to Tootsie Roll Industries in 1969.

Melvin J. Gordon, Who Ran Tootsie Roll Industries, Dies at 95 by STEPHANIE STROM - http://klse.rajakamil.biz/2015/01/melvin-j-gordon-who-ran-tootsie-roll-industries-dies-at-95-by-stephanie-strom/

Melvin J. Gordon, Who Ran Tootsie Roll Industries, Dies at 95 by STEPHANIE STROM - http://klse.rajakamil.biz/2015/01/melvin-j-gordon-who-ran-tootsie-roll-industries-dies-at-95-by-stephanie-strom/

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