Trick or Treat Tidbits: Fun Facts About Halloween Candy

I'll admit it, if there is a bowl of Halloween candy lying around the office I can't control myself! That's why I always leave the bags I buy for trick-or-treaters unopened until the first ghost or princess or pirate shows up on my doorstep! It's just too tempting to have all that candy lying around. By the end of the night, if I have extra candy each trick-or-treater is getting handful, otherwise I'm eating way more candy than I need to. In honor of Halloween, and the candy comas our kids are about to suffer from, here are a few fun facts about Halloween candy.
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A Brief History of Coffee

Second only to oil, coffee is the second most traded commodity in the world. It's estimated that 2.25 billion cups of coffee are consumed each day worldwide! Today is National Coffee Day so we thought it was time to share a brief history of how coffee became a global phenomenon!
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Birthday Traditions Around the World

When I was little my uncle would always joke on my birthday about what order I wanted things done in. "Games, cake, presents? Presents, games, cake?" To this day whenever he calls to wish me "happy birthday" he still asks how I plan on organizing our family's birthday traditions. Every family has their own unique way to celebrate someone's birthday, but countries/cultures at large have some pretty interesting traditions!
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A Slice of History for National Cheese Pizza Day

Hold the anchovies! Tomorrow is National Cheese Pizza Day and to celebrate, we thought we’d serve you a hot slice of history. Initially, beloved pizza was just really flat bread topped with oils and sometimes fish, but if you fast-forward a few hundred years, the pizza we know and love today began to take form.
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