Description of Sugar Daddy Candy Comfort Plus Hi-Fi Noise-Reducing Stereo Ear Buds (Earphones)
Rock out in super-sweet style with these licensed Sugar Daddy Candy earphones. They're compatible with MP3, TV, CD, phone, computer, or gaming devices. The colorful, eye-catching packaging really attracts attention to this widely recognized brand! History Of The Sugar Daddy Candy Sugar Daddy is a candy bar on a stick manufactured by Tootsie Roll Industries. A bite-sized candy based on the Sugar Daddy is marketed under the name Sugar Babies. Sugar Daddy was invented in 1925 by a chocolate salesman named Robert Welch at the James O. Welch Company. Sugar Daddy was originally called the Papa Sucker. The name was changed to Sugar Daddy in 1932. Sugar Babies were introduced three years later, in 1935. The James O. Welch Company was purchased by the National Biscuit Company (Nabisco, now Kraft Foods) in 1963. The Welch brands were sold to Warner-Lambert in 1988; Tootsie Roll Industries acquired them in 1993. The Tootsie Roll Industries now makes Sugar Daddy candies.