Butter Mints - Bulk

Butter Mints - Bulk

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Butter Mints - 2 lb bulk bag (450 ct)
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Butter Mints - 25 bulk case (5600 ct)
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SKU: 90840

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Butter Mints, made by Richardson's, have a buttery minty flavor, made in the US since 1893. Bulk candy counts are approximated.
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Nutritional Information:

Sugar, Butter, Oat Flour, Natural Peppermint Flavor, Vegetable Glycerine, Salt, Potassium Sorbate, Cream Of Tartar, Propyl Gallate, Citric Acid, Yellow 5, Yellow 6. Contains: Milk


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Candy Memories

I remember as a child, eating Richardson's Butter Mints. They came in a round tin with dividers that held different colored mints. I remember green, pink and yellow. The fun part was picking what color I would eat first! They were so good, they would melt in your mouth. I always felt that I was eating something really special when I had them. I can remember as I got older I would still purchase them. I miss seeing the tin in the stores. It is really nice that you carry them. I am hoping when I purchase these that it can bring back those sweet memories. Sandy from California 
I remember Butter Mints (the yellow mints) in a very special way. I would find these mints in a candy dish sitting on the coffee table at my grandparents house when I would visit. Butter Mints were so wonderful to melt in your mouth and enjoy their sweet and creamy goodness. Butter Mints quickly became a favorite of mine as a kid, and as an adult:) Brad from Florida
These were my Dad's favorite candy. Every week he would buy two pounds of butter mints, along with the old full size 1 pound Hershey chocolate bar and hide them in his workshop. I was the only kid allowed in the workshop after my little brother and sister were involved in the Great Paint Spill. As long as I wasn't greedy I could help myself to some butter mints and one square of chocolate. As my dad taught me how to use the tools and build a large assortment of birdhouses and wooden toys, we would eat those mints. Every time I help my grandkids to make a wooden toy I make sure I have a bag of butter mints nearby. Gotta continue the tradition! Pete from Utah

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