Comp-Good and Plenty

Comp-Good and Plenty - Jacqueline Huynh College Comp Ms...

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Jacqueline Huynh College Comp Ms. Scheck Good and Plenty Not So Good When you are browsing the candies while waiting in line at the grocery store, candy shop, or movie rental store, and you’re eyeing those ‘Good and Plenty; you better think twice before you pick it up and make the purchase. What are the ingredients in those yummy, delicious, and nectarous, ‘Good and Plenty’? You might be surprised to find out what’s the secret behind the delectable candy. Now you are probably asking what could be in a box of Good and Plenty that gives you an unappetizing view. Good is in the name, so there can’t be anything bad about this candy, right? Wrong! One of the ingredients may come to a bit of a surprise to you. What is that ingredient? Is probably what you are asking, but before the secret is revealed, you’ll have to look at all the ingredients. The first four main ingredients of a Good and Plenty is Sugar is, corn syrup, flour, molasses, and licorice extract. This shouldn’t surprise you so much. Its candy, therefore it is assumed to have these sweet
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course COMP 01.105 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '07 term at Rowan.

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