Toys in Motion: Candy & Food
Candy & Food
The King Kong Yo Yo is an actual working Yo Yo in two luminescent colors of blue and green. They are filled with 2 rolls of our Sour Bubble Gum: Sour Green Apple & Sour Strawberry.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5514 (added 11/10/2005)
Crafty Cooking Kits™, the new cooking kits that are Fun to Make, Great to Eat™, are designed to give children and caregivers an opportunity to create sweet memories while completing unique, high quality, interactive cooking projects. Launching in spring 2005, six introductory kits encourage limitless creativity, sharing and learning between children and adults of all ages. Crafty Cooking Kits are sold in baking aisles at grocery stores and other specialty retailers. Crafty Cooking Kits are developed by devoted parents Jimmy and Andrea Zeilinger, founders of Brand Castle, LLC, the privately held Cleveland-based company specializing in bringing innovative products to market.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7617 (added 4/20/2006)
This gruesome-looking set of teeth is actually made of hard candy. After kids chew the included pack of tasty gum, they use the gum to affix the teeth to their real teeth. Then they can use water to wear the included tattoo. Kids can use the teeth to help add flavor to their favorite zombie costume on Halloween, or just around the house when important guests of their parents come over for a sophisticated meal.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 6347 (added 1/5/2006)
This plastic figure, shaped to look like King Kong, lets out a roar while his eyes flash red, when one of his arms is pulled. From a lever on the bottom of his base candy can be released.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5060 (added 10/17/2005)
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