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  • Classics like Life Savers, Fruit Stripe gum or Bit-O-Honey may seem obvious, but in a world of fun-size Snickers, they will stand out.

    Sweeter Treats

  • She usually eats bananas and Bit-O-Honey candy bars, which she carries in her shirt pocket.

    The New Yorker Stories

  • The first taste of dreadfully stale Bit-O-Honey brought back memories of her time with the social worker, when Petite Fleur, in her innocence, knew everything, before growing up made her forget.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • In a dusty country store in rural Alabama, a holdout against gas-convenience-food stores, Petite Fleur spied, on a high shelf, a box of candy from her childhood: Bit-O-Honey.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • "Bit-O-Honey" wrapped candy stands in a bowl for visitors at the front desk, while bee paraphernalia, including a beekeeper's suit, stacks of bee boxes, and pictures of the family's history in the industry line the walls.

    Local News

  • The store is jam-packed with old-time favorites such as Chuckles, Jujyfruits, Bit-O-Honey, wax lips, Pez dispensers, halvah, Fruit Stripe and Bazooka gum, and other treats.

    Boston.com Most Popular

  • Buy bag of Bit-O-Honey for Jacob for Halloween: Done!

    Avoiding the Muse

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