From Native American barks, to the first candy ever, to the first chewing gum.
The Native Americans throughout North America derived sugars from trees, bushes, grasses, and cobs which they used for flavor and health, and as a preservative. These are a select group of plants, unlike the European selections that have become the norm today. Other early foods came from the Mediterranean, Mideast and Asia. Try them for a true taste of where candy began.

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