Chewy Spree Candies are Like, Yes
Spree candies made their public debut in 1971. They are manufactured by the Willy Wonka Company, which is a division of Nestle. There are two varieties of Spree available: chewy and original. They consist of a gummy or semi-hard candy center covered in a hard fruit-flavored shell and are sold in rolls, tubes, boxes or bags.
Original Spree are available in assorted flavors like cherry, orange, lemon and apple. Chewy Spree are available in the same assorted flavors as the original Spree, as well as a mixed berry variety. CandyDirect.com carries both original and chewy Spree to choose from.
Spree candies come in a wide range of package sizes. The original Spree come in rolls, boxes, bags, tubes and bulk packages. The rolls weigh 1.77 ounces and come in a package of 36. The movie boxes contain six ounces and come in a case of 12. The bags weigh seven ounces and are packaged 12 to a case. Tubes of mini Spree are available at 1.7 ounces with 12 to a case and the bulk packages contain either a whopping five pounds of Spree candy or the lesser two-and-a-half pounds. Chewy Spree mixed berry is available in bags packaged into cases of 24. Assorted chewy Spree come in either cases of 24 regular bags, or cases of 12 larger bags.