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Decade Box Gift Basket Classic Food From 50's thru the 90's

Updated on October 2, 2010

Great Present Ideas For Christmas

 Can't think of a Christmas, birthday or Easter present then take a look at these decades boxes.  They have all your favorite foods from that era.  These make great presents, the memories that these bring back are amazing.  Grandparents, Parents, and kids love them.  Wanna show kids the candy you use to eat as a kid.

50's Decade Gift Boxes

These Decade Box Gift Baskets are perfect for anyone. Ever wish you could enjoy some of that candy from your childhood. This great box basket gift comes with over 30 pieces of candy, food and more from your childhood. The 50's decade box includes: Skybars, Necco Wafers, Chuckles, Sen Sen Breath Refreshment, French Vanilla chews, Candy Cigarettes and over 20 more. The candy sometimes has substitutions but it's with candy from he same era. I bought this for my grandparents and they loved it, they looked at it and it brought back great memories.

Great Gift from the 60's

The Decade Box is a collection of sweet memories with the candies you remember from your childhood. Each box contains more than 30 candies and over 5 pounds of pure sweet tooth enjoyment. The 60's decade box includes: Chocolate Cigarettes, Necco Wafers, Clark Bar, Boston Baked Beans, Bun Bar , Cow Tales and over 20 more. These treats are guaranteed to bring back memories.

80's Decade Box

These candies are great. The 80's decade box includes: Candy Necklace, Mike & Ike Originals, Zero Bar, Wonka Bottlecaps, Cry Baby Tears , Smarties Big Roll and over 20 more. I remember cry baby tears they were my favorite. This can make the perfect gift for anyone in your family.


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    • caninecrtitics profile image

      caninecrtitics 7 years ago from Massachusetts

      Yes I love the idea especially for christmas and birthdays.

    • nifty@50 profile image

      nifty@50 7 years ago

      Culinary history in a box! Great idea, I think it's neat that past generation can share candy from their youth with future generations!