Candy is one of the foods most appealing to children and will continue to grow as they grow older. The candies are made from a combination of sugar and water and contain gelatin. This food, like other foods, has changed over time to increase its fan base and keep customers satisfied. Adding color and flavor to the fruit is one of the major changes in candy production. Adding fruit flavors made candy eating more enjoyable, and adding color made it more appealing to children with good taste. A set of candy can make children happy and excited and entertaining them, but eating it should be careful, as eating too much will cause tooth decay. Creamy cream and coffee / cream and strawberry “Missbon” has creamy nuts. Each 100 grams of peppermint candy has about 400 kcal of energy and contains 96 grams of carbohydrates.