Sanders Halloween

Happy Halloween! We hope you get to enjoy at least as many goodies as appear on this Halloween themed Sanders Confectionery menu from the 1930s. Or perhaps you would rather pass on such items as Mustard, Owl Stufties, Vienna Rolls (For Hot Dogs), and Cinnamon Potatoes. Most children today would likely be disappointed to be treated with Wafers, Cheese Straws, Glazed Apples, or Spiced Drops. Thankfully, Sanders has changed with the times and now meets the desires of a modern day sweet tooth.

2 thoughts on “Sanders Halloween

  1. Great find DHS! Sanders loves seeing historical pieces surface. This one in particular really does show the generational differences. Those treats were relevant back them, and yes we definitely make treats that young children and adults enjoy today. Thank you for spotlighting a gem in Detroit History.

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