Sweet Orange & Black Treats
If there's one thing retailers hate most, it's getting stuck with holiday merchandise after the holiday is over. There's nothing worse than marking items 50 percent off or more when you paid full price for them. One sweet way you can avoid some of these issues is by purchasing holiday colored treats in addition to holiday-specific items. Holiday colored treats can easily be incorporated into your every day candy selection once the holiday has passed so that you don't have to put them on sale. This purchasing tactic can help you keep your profit margin high, especially if you do it for every holiday. Below are some of our favorite orange and black treats for Halloween to help you get started purchasing holiday colored treats.
Alberts Color Splash Lollipops
Alberts Color Splash Lollipops not only taste great, but they come in a variety of fun colors, including orange and black for Halloween. The black lollipops are black cherry flavored and the orange lollipops are orange flavored and they're bound to be enjoyed by all!
Hershey's Reese's Pieces
We absolutely love Reese's Pieces any time of year, but they're particularly perfect for the fall and Halloween seasons because of their beautiful fall-inspired colors. They're great for snacking, baking, Halloween candy buffets, and they're awesome as a caramel apple topping!
Fort Knox Chocolate Coins
For a deliciously festive chocolate treat, try Fort Knox Chocolate Coins in black or orange foil wrappers. Kids love getting this sweet look in their trick-or-treat bags, but they're also great for other special occasions all year long!
Van Melle Orange Airheads
You'd have to be an airhead to not see why Van Melle Orange Airheads make the perfect Halloween treat! Not only is their orange color super festive, but they allow consumers to give trick-or-treaters a full-size treat without a full-size price tag.
Verburg Black Licorice Wheels
Black licorice lovers certainly won't need it to be Halloween to enjoy these delicious Verburg Black Licorice Wheels, although these spooky black spools are certainly worth unraveling on October 31st.