Are Mallo Cups still available?
Today only Mallo Cups, Smoothies and Peanut Butter cups are still made by the Boyer Brothers company. Boyer is still redeeming the coupons. You can get a catalog and order form at their website.
Who makes Mallo Cup candy bars?
Boyer (candy company)
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What year was the Mallo Cup invented?
Mallo Cups are an American coconut-laced milk chocolate cup that contains a whipped marshmallow center invented in 1936 by Boyer.
What do Mallo Cups look like?
The Evolution of the Mallo Cup Aptly named, the mallo cup is a cup-shaped sweet with a whipped marshmallow creme center mixed with coconut and covered in milk chocolate. This is a similar design to the well-known Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, which hadn’t yet been created.
When did they stop making Mallo Cups?
A trust controlled by Deborah and the three children now owns the company, but management instability during the court battles shut down the company for most of 2003 and saw Mallo Cups lose their coveted place on many store shelves.
Where is Mallo Cup made?
Mallo Cups: A whipped marshmallow creme center surrounded by a combination of milk chocolate and coconut. They are a Pennsylvania candy, made in Altoona, and are the country’s first “cup candy,” or candy in a tiny cupcake wrapper.
What kind of candy is in a Mallo Cup?
Founded in 1936, Boyer Brothers specializes in producing candy bar items that come in cup form. One of their best selling is the Mallo Cup, milk chocolate coating containing coconut, with a whipped marshmallow cream center. Another cup, Fluffernutter, is a combination of marshmallow and peanut butter covered with milk chocolate.
Is there play money in the Mallo Cup?
There’s nothing better than enjoying a delicious Mallo Cup only to reveal the coveted Mallo Cup Play Money that remains a favorite Boyer memory for generations of Boyer Candy Company fans.
Who is still making Mallo Cups and smoothies?
Today only Mallo Cups, Smoothies and Peanut Butter cups are still made by the Boyer Brothers company. Boyer is still redeeming the coupons. You can get a catalog and order form at their website. Back in my hometown of Pittsburgh, PA, our corner grocery had a nice variety of candy bars and bags.