Mary Jane (candy) From The USA
We're not accusing anyone of anything, however, the chances are good that mixing mollasses and peanut butter and then naming it 'Mary Jane' may have required 'extra' help. However they managed it, and however they came up with it, they are geniuses. This candy bar is sweet, peanutty and all kinds of delicious.
Mary Jane is a peanut butter- and molasses-flavored taffy-type candy. Originally made in 1914 by The Charles N. Miller Co., and later by Stark Candy Co., it is now manufactured by Necco. Charles Miller named them after his favorite aunt, Mary Jane, and the candy has used the same "little girl" illustration on the wrappers since its inception. Mary Jane candies are currently made in the city of Revere, Massachusetts.