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What's The Most Popular Valentine's Day Candy In KY?

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18/CandyStore)-- Every year the National Retail Federation estimates spending for holidays like Valentine’s Day. They divide it up into categories like jewelry, clothing, gift certificates, you name it. This year for Valentine’s Day they are estimating a slight drop off in spending in all categories. Except one: Candy.

What’s the most popular Valentine’s Day candy? 

CandyStore.com, a leading online bulk candy store, dug through 10 years of their sales data to find out.

They found that the most popular candy for the holiday in Kentucky is chocolate roses.

Source: CandyStore.com

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