Almond Joy candy bar

Almond Joy - 1.61 oz bar - box of 36

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Almond Joy is a coconut candy bar covered in milk chocolate with 2 large almonds on top.
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Before my granny died in February, we had a tradition. A secret tradition, but we loved it. Since she was a seamstress, we made frequent trips to the fabric store after school. She'd grab her purse off of her bed and tell all of her grandchildren to get down on all fours and look for her shoes under the sofa. When we were all packed up and ready to go, she'd decide who to take, grandsons or granddaughters. (We couldn't go together because of our constant fighting.) After we spent at least 30 minutes in the fabric store without buying a thing, her adopted daughter (one year younger than me) would ÔæìtrickÔæî her into taking us to the gas station for freezies and candy bars. She'd hand us $20.00 and tell us to bring back 3 drinks and some change.
We'd run in, unsure of what to choose for ourselves but we knew what she wanted: a blue freezie and an Almond Joy. Although there were three of us, we'd only get two candy bars. One Almond Joy for me and granny to share and one for her daughter. Conveniently, the Almond Joy is already split into halves to I didn't have to worry about giving her the Ôæìbigger halfÔæî. We'd nibble around the almond saving just the nut itself and its chocolaty covering. Then, MUNCH! We' go both nuts at the same time. Those are some of the best memories I have of her. Ashante from Georgia
Growing up in a family of thirteen was a hardship back sixty years ago. I remember Mom and Dad did the best they could but we still were undernourished. We never had a Christmas present to open but there is one thing us kids looked forward to each year on Christmas. I remember Dad with tears in his eyes would bring each of us an Almond Joy and sometimes, but not always, buy us each an orange, if there was anything at all left over from his paycheck. To this day on Christmas, I have an Almond Joy and an orange. Blessings to all those in need! Linda from Washington

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