Pez candy has become a national icon for its colorful candies and its unique design.
But its origins go back further than that.
The Pez Company started life in 1919 as a local candy company, selling locally produced candy in Kansas City, Mo.
By 1924, the company had expanded to serve a wider audience with a line of Pez, Fudge, and Pop flavors.
But by 1929, the Pez brand was the name of the company’s flagship product, a product that was designed to appeal to young children and adults.
By the 1930s, Pez was being sold at local supermarkets across the country, including some that weren’t even the Pezz candy companies.
The company’s popularity didn’t die down until the 1950s.
In 1955, the name was changed to the Pezy Candy Company, which had its headquarters in Kansas, Mo., and was later renamed to the Candy Company in 1958.
The Pezy name was adopted by a new name that was inspired by the Pezie Candy Company logo.
By the 1970s, the candy company had grown to include more than 150 brands, including Pez Chocolate, Pezz Candy, Pezy Lattes, Peza Lattis, Pezel Candy, and Pez Ice Cream.
Today, Pezi Candy is the biggest candy company in the United States.
The candy is made in 18 states, including Kansas City and its suburbs.
But the company doesn’t manufacture all of the brands in the U.S.
The history of Pezz, Pezed, Pezer, Pezos, Pezo-Fritz, and morepez candies are all owned by the Candy Companies of the world.
And Pez is still the brand name of a local company in Kansas that’s located in the Kansas City metro area.
Pez has been used by a variety of brands for generations, including the famous Pez and Coke flavors, as well as Pez Fudge and Pezer Lattos.