Necco Wafers, the Original Candy Wafer, are back in their original roll
Invented in 1847, Necco Wafers had the longest candy run before they were discontinued in 2018.
Originally invented by Oliver Chase, an English immigrant, who invented a lozenge cutting machine with which he produced the wafers.
At the time of theCivil War, these were called "hub wafers" and were carried by Union soldiers. In 1901, Chase and Company merged with two other companies to incorporate the New England Confectionery Company (Necco). By 1912, the wafers were being advertised as "Necco Wafers", a name they have carried since.
8 great flavors including lemon (yellow), lime (green), orange (orange), clove (light purple), cinnamon (white), wintergreen (pink), licorice (dark grey) and chocolate (brown). Limited quantities are available.