M&M's have long been a favorite of people all over the world. There's nothing they can't do. First, they invented a candy shell so the candy melts in your mouth rather than in your hand. But they didn't stop there. They put peanuts in chocolate. They put peanut butter in chocolate. They put pretzels in chocolate, for goodness' sake. And now, they've done it again. Caramel M&M's exist, and the world is completely thrilled about it. But if you take a closer look at the packaging, you may notice something seriously disturbing...
These days, M&M's are popping up in a huge variety of flavors.
Any day now, you’ll start seeing Pumpkin Pie M&M’s on the shelves.
We’re ready for them.
If you're looking for something a little less seasonal, we can't recommend Crispy M&M's enough.
They’re just as delightful as a Rice Krispie treat, but they also have chocolate.
What more could you want?
Earlier this year, Caramel M&M's started appearing on shelves. Caramel fans were elated.
Of course they were.
Chocolate and caramel go together like…chocolate and caramel.
It was an M&M we'd all secretly hoped for, even if we never admitted it aloud.
But now, Caramel M&M’s are here to stay.
Thank the candy gods!
Caramel M&M's are great, but there's something about the packaging that's a little...problematic.
M&M’s commercials have featured anthropomorphized candy as far back as 1954. We can imagine seeing the first talking M&M back then was probably a little startling. But in 2017, the arrival of the Caramel M&M brought a seriously dark turn to the living candy story.
To see it, all you have to do is take a closer look at the packaging…