Buying candy in bulk can mean tremendous savings. But candy that is left in a hot, humid environment can turn gummy or hard, and if you leave it in the sun, it may melt or change color. If you don't store it correctly, the candy may not taste the same as it did when you bought it. Taking the time to wrap it and store it the right way helps keep your candy fresh and tasty.
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Put the candy in an airtight bag or plastic container. For best results, use a vacuum-sealed bag. If you prefer, use an airtight storage container.
Write the date on the candy's container.
Place the bag in an area that's cool and dark, such as a pantry.