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Minty Moo Shu

Minty Moo Shu

Chinese Takeout at its finest. There’s only one disappointment to be had with this cute tin. There’s no General Tsao to be found. Instead, we’ve got the standard minty fare. Licensed by Sanrio, just like all of the other Hello Kitty goodies. I purchased this tin in 2011 along with a pile of other Hello Kitty mint tins. I never got into the Hello Kitty craze. I’m definitely into the Hello Kitty Mint Tin craze, though.

The candy is self-named “Lucky Stars Candy.” I can’t read Chinese…or any Asian language, for that matter…so I couldn’t tell you what the characters say. I wish I knew, but I’ll just have to imagine. Knowing the Japanese and the awesome way they name their TV shows, I like to think it says something like “Super Happy Hello Kitty Mint Freshness” or something equally fantastic. I haven’t opened the tin, but I also like to imagine there are fortune cookie shaped mints inside.

 

Candy Name: Lucky Stars Candy
Licensed by: Sanrio Co, Ltd.
Distributor: Boston America Corp, Woburn, Mass.
Copyright: 1976, 2010
Made in: China
Net Weight: 1.5 oz. (42.5 grams)
Ingredients: Dextrose, Matodextrin, Magnesium Stearate,
Confectioners Glaze, Carnauba Wax, Citric Acid,
Artificial Flavors and Colors (FD&C Red 3),
Titanium Dioxide

 


 

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