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LIFE SAVER'S

Life Savers were created by Clarance Crane in 1912 as a candy that would not melt in the summertime. Crane was a candy maker from Cleveland, Ohio.

Life Savers originally came in one flavor, Pep-O-Mint.

'Life Savers' was the first candy in America to be wrapped in tinfoil to keep them fresh.

The original slogan for Life Savers was "For that stormy breath".

Approximately 548 million rolls of Lifesavers candy are produced each year.
 

 

 

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