Carob M&M’s hit stores


MCLEAN, Va. — Mars Incorporated, parent company of the popular chocolate candy brand M&M’s, has launched a new carob version of the treat.

Carob M&M’s will at first be product tested in areas of high Seventh-day Adventist population density.

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“We will quickly know whether or not Carob M&M’s will be a hit after initial testing in majority Seventh-day Adventist towns,” said M&M’s Innovations spokesperson, Dahts Grosseman.

He added that the Carob M&M’s will at first be sold in Adventist Book Centers and supermarkets.

“Adventists have historically had a lot of time for carob treats so they clearly have priorities that top taste,” said Grosseman.

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He added that, just as a precaution, Carob M&M’s would contain “28% more sugar than your garden variety M&M’s to make sure they don’t taste like topsoil.”

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  1. richard mills

    Carob candies taste horrible. Like eating chalk. Now if they would fix up some minty Life Savors, I’ll go along with that. When I sing, “Throw out the Lifeline” I’ll gently toss a Life Savor mint.. New evangelism tool!! Woe iz me!

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