Boston Baked Beans
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History of Boston baked Beans
Craving a blast from the past? Indulge in the classic and nostalgic taste of Boston Baked Beans! These delicious candy-coated peanuts are steeped in historical flavor and will have you feeling like you've time-traveled back to the good old days! Yum!
The conventional wisdom of Boston Baked Beans, the coated peanut version, is that they were invented in 1924 by a candymaker in Chicago named Salvatore Ferrara—or that, if it wasn't necessarily him, well, the candy definitely started or got popular (if we're really hedging) sometime in the 1920s, most likely in Chicago.
Ingredients. Sugar, Peanuts, Corn Syrup, Modified Food Starch (Corn), Acacia (Gum Arabic), Confectioner's Glaze (Shellac), Artificial Flavor, Carnauba Wax, White Mineral Oil, Red 40, Yellow 5, Yellow 6, Blue 2. Contains Peanuts.
Allergen Statement: Our manufacturers state some products as “gluten-free" or and Gelatin-free and states that the candy is made in the same facility as products containing wheat. Or and products containing gelatin.
People with Celiac Disease must be aware of the possibility of cross contamination. This can happen when using tools in the production and in the store.