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What started out as the ultimate compendium of fake businesses and products now contains many new categories that don't fit the original description... but we just can't bring ourselves to change the name.
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  • Candy Stores
    • All You Can Eat Cotton Candy
        • Parks Department project commemorated on the wall of City Hall, which was conveniently located by the first aid tent, 1981. (Season 3 episode Go Big or Go Home)
    • Baron Von's Munch House
        • Company that Apu pays to encase him in chocolate and deliver him to Manjula. (Season 10 episode I'm With Cupid)
    • Big Sue's Tap Water Taffy
        • Store in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport that Marge mentions to Lisa, king where she wants to show off new hip togs. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Candy Most Dandy
        • Candy store. (Season 1 episode The Telltale Head) Candy shop in the background when Kodos and Kang enslave the residents of Springfield. (Season 3 episode Treehouse of Horror II)
    • Chock Full O' Orange
        • When Mr. Bartfeld is selling his candy store to the Chock Full O' Orange people, Ralphs decides that he wants to buy the store. (episode Finders Keepers)
    • Eat Wells
        • Hank: "Eat Wells". "Sugar-Free Low-Fat Fun Bars. Peggy, that stuff isn't for trick-or-treaters, it's for diabetics." (Halloween episode Hilloween)
    • Gray Barstoke
        • Discrete lollipop salesman (Season 2 episode 10 Show Me on Montana). "Lollipops for any occasion, discretion guaranteed"
    • Gum For Less
        • Store next to Lionel Hutz's office. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets Hit by a Car) Sign at Springfield Mall: "Coming soon - Gum for Less" (Season 3 episode When Flanders Failed) Seen in the background in various episodes (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job, Season 7 episode The Day the Violence Died, Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Hoagley Gum and Candy
        • Candy shop on Randolph Street, the street where Horace Ford grew up. (Episode The Incredible World of Horace Ford)
    • Mr. Ruffin's Chocolate Factory And Amusement Emporium
        • Ron's parents' family business. Ron: "When I was a kid, my parents also tried to keep me out of the family business. They owned a candy store. Every day I wanted to go there and help them, but they would say, No, Ron. Mr. Ruffin's Chocolate Factory and Amusement Emporium is no place for a child." (Season 3 episode Forever!)
    • Pay N Chew Candy Machine
        • Episode Insane in the Mainframe. A candy machine robot in the HAL Institute for Criminally Insane Robots.
    • Pryor Treats
        • After the parachute and prison truck chase, there's a Pryor Treats van, potential reference to the mutant clone Madelyn Pryor.
    • Schuster's Candy Shop
        • Candy store across the street from the hall that Peter Vollmer and his movement rent for their rallies. (Season 4 episode He's Alive) Candy store next door to Cellem Employment Agency that Charley Parkes visits after losing his job. (Episode Miniature)
    • Sid's Candy Store
        • The store that Alan, benny and Warren hang out at. Also known as Sid Elgart's Fine Confections.
    • Springfield Candy
        • Store at Springfield Mall, visible in the background during the Li'l Starmaker auditions. (Season 16 episode A Star is Torn)
    • The Udder Stand
        • Everett "the Maverick" Sloan hosts the show Highway Hits on local radio station WOTW in Cayuga, New Mexico, brought to you by Santa Mira Mill and Cloverbloom Honey, with co-sponsorship from the business of the week, the Udder Stand - providing the whole valley with the coldest confections and the sweetest slurgs.
    • Ye Olde Chocolate Shoppe
        • Candy store in The Land of Chocolate, the magical realm that Homer daydreams about when he's meeting with the new German owners of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant and one of them calls Germany the Land of Chocolate. (Season 3 episode Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk)

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