What’s your Favourite Halloween Candy – share it at your Next Spooky Party!

Halloween wouldn’t be Halloween if it didn’t come with a little bit of candy. As the spookiest night of the year sits days away, having the best costume for some households is just as important as having the best candy.


Though Living.ca does not sell Halloween candy, we are Canada’s go-to Halloween store for Halloween decorations, party supplies, costumes, and more. We make it a lot easier to do Halloween and even better, when you buy five items or more, receive fast, free shipping to anywhere in Canada. If you’re looking to please your friends or the neighborhood kids though, you’re going to need to come up with some pretty good food items.


According to a recent survey analyzing Canadians favourite Halloween candies in the last decade, the top ten Halloween candies came out in this order – Skittles, M&Ms, Snickers, Reese’s Cups, Starburst, Candy Corn, Hot Tamales, Hershey’s, Tootsie Pops, and Jolly Ranchers.


Needless to say, those are not the only Halloween candies given out on October 31. This list does explain a little bit about why certain candies are emphasized more in retail displays than others. Thinking back to our own childhoods, each of us likely have strong memories of Halloween candy. As we get older though, we miss out on that trick-or-treating experience and so, some of us lose that connection to Halloween. If you’re throwing a Halloween party or are having a get-together, it might not hurt to throw out some Halloween candy for old time’s sake. For many of us, it brings back really great memories from childhood.


To this point, there’s a strong connection between Halloween and food. If you’re not set on setting out Halloween candies, you may want to look up some recipes online for specific Halloween food. There’s a lot of really simple and amazing Halloween recipes that can help keep that tradition alive, connecting food to Halloween. If you’re throwing a Halloween party, this is a great way to set the tone and get things moving in a positive direction. This year, Canadians will spend an approximate $260 million on Halloween. Even on a budget, there are certain candies and Halloween foods out there that can help spook the mood!


If you’re looking for Halloween supplies, party decorations, costumes, and more, visit Living.ca today. Here you’ll find deals and discounts on all your Halloween favourites. Don’t overspend anywhere else. Instead, spend less with Living.ca.

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