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Necco Wafers
Necco Wafers

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Posted by Chuck Kopsho at 7:37 pm (PST) on Mon March 6, 2017   
I only had the chocolate ones. Love 'em me NECCO's.
Posted by unclekipsy at 9:42 am (PST) on Wed December 4, 2013   
Got these when we went Trick-Or-Treating.   Usually traded them away for other candy or threw them out.
Posted by Mikeaz1946 at 12:52 pm (PDT) on Mon May 14, 2012   
If you find them PACKRATJOHN let me know. Or notify DUFF on here and he can locate me. The black ones were my favorite but I never saw them wrapped only them. Thanks, Mike
Posted by AliKaplan at 11:09 am (PDT) on Tue April 10, 2012   
They are selling a pack now that contains different flavored waffers and it is hard to find the original packages now.. the mixed flavors and the all chocolate ones. Also hard to find FRESH packs, lots of times they are pretty stale!
Posted by packratjohn at 1:31 pm (PST) on Mon November 7, 2011   
I hope I don't stumble on to anyplace that sells these.... I'll buy 'em all!
Posted by Bob Wilson Jr at 11:04 am (PST) on Sun December 19, 2010   
I have a lady friend of the Catholic faith who remembers using Necco Wafers as pretend communion wafers when playing "church" with her pals when they were little kids. Playing church was never a pastime with me
Posted by billk at 11:39 pm (PDT) on Fri November 5, 2010   
About two weeks ago I was driving to Logan airport, and passed the factory. I remember Dad eating these, but I was never a big fan, and was surprised to see the big logo as I drove by the plant.
Posted by joycen123 at 8:46 am (PDT) on Thu August 5, 2010   
I Loved these as a kid, even my mother would buy them to satisfy a sweet tooth. Thank You for posting this.
Posted by HenryM at 4:12 pm (PDT) on Wed August 4, 2010   
NECCO stands for New England Confectionary COmpany, and the candy is still made in New England -- specifically, in Revere, Massachusetts. The candy with words mentioned in the above post is probably the Sweethearts line, also made by Necco; it is offically described as "Conversation Hearts," and is available mostly around Valentine's Day (in other words, right after Christmas!).
Posted by columbus at 5:40 pm (PDT) on Sun August 23, 2009   
used to have words on them

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