Thursday, March 28, 2013
Peeps may be peeping out of your Easter basket but how much do you know about the popular marshmallow candy made in Bethlehem?
Marshmallow Peeps have become a staple of every kid’s Easter basket. Produced by Just Born, the little neon-colored chicks, bunnies, pumpkins and Christmas trees might be the most famous thing to ever come from Bethlehem, Pa. Here are five things about the candy you may not know: There's a store devoted to Peeps candy and merchandise at the Outlets at Sands Bethlehem. Source: http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Bethlehem-based Just Born candy company has new Peeps products for Easter baskets.
Tuesday, March 26
Peeps now have a line of novelty merchandise—hats, t-shirts and even lip gloss—to go with the popular marshmallow candies. Bethlehem-based Just Born, the company that makes Peeps, has launched a flock of Peeps-related gift products in time for the Easter season. New Peeps novelties include: Peeps candy and other products are available at www.peepsandcompany.com, as well as Peeps & Company retail store in at The Outlets at Sands Bethlehem. There are also Peeps stores in National Harbor, Md. and Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn.
Saturday, April 7, 2012
Bethlehem-produced Peeps are a staple of every Easter basket. Here are some things you might not know about the neon-colored marshmallow candy.
Saturday, April 7, 2012
Marshmallow Peeps have become a staple of every kid’s Easter basket. Produced at Just Born’s factory here on Stefko Boulevard, the little neon-colored chicks, bunnies, pumpkins and Christmas trees might be the most famous thing to ever come from Bethlehem. Here are five things about the candy you may not know: Source: http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/
Thursday, October 13, 2011
At Lehigh Valley Arts Council rally, companies talk about how music, theater, dance help with economic development.
Bethlehem candy manufacturer Just Born Inc. realizes that man does not live by Peeps alone. Sometimes he needs art. But I’m getting ahead of myself. Last week, the Lehigh Valley Arts Council held a rally for the arts and I’m pretty sure it was the first rally I’ve ever attended that opened with an organ recital. The music was courtesy of Allen Organ Co. in Macungie, host of the event at which artists and arts groups from around the region received small state grants. The grants – some as little as $437 – are for local groups and individuals who bring music, dance, theater and artwork to people all over the Valley, especially those who might not otherwise have access to it. The rally was also a chance for business people to talk about why …