Black Cow History
Black Cow candy is a type of chewy candy that has been popular in the United States for many decades. It is a chocolate-flavored taffy that is often marketed as "the candy bar that you can't eat quickly."
The history of Black Cow candy dates back to the early 1920s, when the makers of Slo Poke caramel candy decided to create a new candy that would appeal to chocolate lovers. They came up with the idea of a chocolate-flavored taffy, and named it Black Cow after the popular ice cream soda that was made with chocolate syrup and cola.
Black Cow candy quickly became a hit, and was sold in a variety of sizes, from small penny candies to larger bars. During World War II, Black Cow candy was a popular treat for American soldiers, who enjoyed its sweet and rich flavor.
Over the years, the recipe for Black Cow candy has been modified and updated, and the candy is now made by the Atkinson Candy Company. It is in the form of a candy bar rather than a sucker. Despite these changes, Black Cow candy remains a beloved candy with a rich history and a loyal fanbase.