Boston Baked Beans
Early in the 20th century, New England candy makers learned that by using the cold panned process to add sugar and red dye to peanuts, they could create a treat that resembled actual Boston Beans. "Boston Baked Beans" quickly became a generic term in the candy industry, given to all peanuts coated in sugar.
Ingredients: Sugar, Peanuts, Corn Syrup, Artificial Colors (Red 3, Red 40, Yellow 6, Blue 2, Red 40 Lake, Titanium Dioxide), Natural & Artificial Flavor, Carnauba Wax, Confectioners Glaze... ...CONTAINS PEANUTS. Made on shared equipment with tree nuts, milk, soy, sesame seeds and wheat-containing products.