Brach’s Is Selling Mermaid Candy Corn—Here’s Where to Find a Bag

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Is Brach's mermaid candy corn better than the classic treat?!

We’re not sure why traditional candy corn is so controversial. But it’s one of those things that people either love or hate.

Hold on, though, because there’s a new candy corn on the scene. It might change your opinion for the better. Introducing… Brach’s Mermaid Candy Corn!

Here’s what we know about this treat.

What Is Mermaid Candy Corn?

For starters, this candy corn is courtesy of Brach’s, the same brand responsible for the famous Thanksgiving dinner candy corn.

Each bag of mermaid candy corn is filled with SIX different fruity flavors: strawberry, lemon, green apple, grape, raspberry and orange. And the best part is that each flavor comes in a different shape. For example, there’s orange, which looks like regular candy corn with a white tip, but there’s also blue raspberry, plus pink starfish and even green apple shaped like mermaids!

This mermaid candy corn would be fun for Halloween—or perfect for a mermaid-themed birthday. If you need further inspiration, check out some our mermaid party food ideas.

Where Can I Find Mermaid Candy Corn?

It looks like mermaid candy corn is exclusive to Kroger stores, so if you live near a Kroger or one of its brands like Fred Meyer or Harris Teeter, you’re in luck. They’re also available on the Kroger website for $1.50 per bag!

If you REALLY want to get your hands on mermaid candy corn, it also appears that you can buy it on Amazon. Sure, it’ll set you back $15 plus shipping, but that’s for two bags. It might be worth it if you desperately need this pastel candy corn in your life.

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