Some candies have such a winning recipe,
Did you know that KING is an old Dutch product? If you used to go to church with your grandfather or grandmother from The Hague, there is a good chance that you got this candy pressed into your fist. In churches this was (or is) really a thing: there is no noisy plastic around it, so you can eat it very sneaky .
A classic! Hopjes are about as old as the Dutchman himself. And those from Rademaker still have the same packaging.
Choca Flakes Treat we like to like candies. How many have you plucked from your plate with your little fingers?
You probably liked this not to be bothered as a child.
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Okay, cocoa powder isn’t really a candy. In fact, you’re likely to have a stroke if you just take a bite of cocoa powder. But with a little hot milk and sugar you can turn this Droste into a delicious hot chocolate. Which you probably got from your grandmother.
There’s a good chance that your great-grandparents from The Hague had a box of Wybertjes on their bedside table. Those little throat treats. You still see them in the supermarket (does anyone still take them?). Virtually nothing has changed in the packaging. Only the background used to be completely blue.