Talk:Cherry Mash

Latest comment: 7 years ago by InternetArchiveBot in topic External links modified

Ambiguity edit

The following sentences make no sense: "In 1944 the Chicago-based F.S. Yantis and Company purchased Chase Candy for more than $1 million. In 1954 Chase Candy acquired the Bunte Brothers Candy Company, makers of the fruit-filled hard candy known as Diana Stuft Confections"

If Chase was acquired by Yantis in 1944, how could Chase Candy then acquire Bunte Brothers 10 years after this? Makes no sense and reads like someone has their wires crossed or mergers backwards... If someone could clear this up that would be appreciated.

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