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Monday, March 31, 2008
For all you candy fanatics who want another excuse for celebrating the day with some extra indulging, here is a list from the National Confectioners Association of special days.

3rd – National Chocolate Covered Cherry Day
8th – National English Toffee Day
26th – National Peanut Brittle Day

15th – National Gum Drop Day
19th – Chocolate Mint Day

3rd week – American Chocolate Week
19th – National Chocolate Caramel Day
24th – National Chocolate-Covered Raisin Day

12th – National Licorice Day
21st – National Chocolate-Covered Cashews Day
22nd – National Jelly Bean Day

12th – National Nutty Fudge Day
15th – National Chocolate Chip Day
23rd – National Taffy Day

National Candy Month
16th – Fudge Day

7th – Chocolate Day
15th – Gummi Worm Day
20th – National Lollipop Day
28th – National Milk Chocolate Day

4th – National Chocolate Chip Day
10th – S'mores Day
30th – National Toasted Marshmallow Day

13th – International Chocolate Day
22nd – National White Chocolate Day

National Caramel Month
28th – National Chocolate Day
30th – National Candy Corn Day
31st – National Caramel Apple Day

7th – National Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day

7th – National Cotton Candy Day
16th – National Chocolate-Covered Anything Day
26th – National Candy Cane Day
28th – National Chocolate Day
29th – National Chocolate Day

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Saturday, March 29, 2008
March 28, 2008

The owner of an Oakland food factory that churned out pot-laced candy and other foods has pleaded guilty to conspiring to manufacture and distribute marijuana. Federal prosecutors said 34-year-old Michael J. Martin of El Sobrante admitted in U.S. District Court on Wednesday that he was a partner in the business, Tainted Inc. Pro-pot advocates say the company made products for medical marijuana clubs.

Law enforcement officials reported seizing marijuana-infused candy bars called Buddafingas and Stoners at the factory wrapped in packages mimicking Butterfingers and Snickers. Authorities said the factory also added pot to such foods as honey, soda and barbecue sauce. Martin faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine. He is scheduled to be sentenced in July.
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Thursday, March 27, 2008