Candy Holidays To Celebrate All Year

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Everyone needs more reasons to celebrate with candy. Although most people display candy for the major holidays, you can keep it around more often when you find candy holidays to celebrate all year. While in June you can celebrate National Candy Month, you’ll find reasons to celebrate your favorite treats all year long. Keep reading to uncover candy holidays to mark on your calendar.

Summer Candy Holidays

  • July 7 is World Chocolate Day
  • July 15 is Gummy Worm Day
  • July 20 is National Lollipop Day
  • July 28 is National Milk Chocolate Day
  • September 22 is National White Chocolate Day

Fall Candy Holidays

  • October is National Caramel Month
  • October 13 is National M&M Day
  • October 30 is National Candy Corn Day
  • November is Peanut Butter Lovers Month
  • November 4 is National Candy Day
  • December 7 is National Cotton Candy Day
  • December 19 is National Hard Candy Day
  • December 26 is National Candy Cane Day
  • December 28 is National Chocolate Candy Day

Winter Candy Holidays

  • January 8 is National English Toffee Day
  • February 15 is National Gumdrop Day
  • February 19 is National Chocolate Mint Day
  • March 19 is National Chocolate Caramel Day
  • March 24 is National Chocolate-Covered Raisin Day

Spring Candy Holidays

  • April 12 is National Licorice Day
  • April 21 is National Chocolate-Covered Cashews Day
  • April 22 is National Jelly Bean Day
  • May 23 is National Taffy Day
  • June is National Candy Month

While you don’t have to celebrate every single one, the best candy holidays to celebrate all year should be your favorites. Chocolate lovers can find a day in each season to indulge. Hard candy lovers have the year covered with July 20 for National Lollipop Day, December 26 for National Candy Cane Day, and a day just for hard candy on December 19. Since many people love gummies, you will find many holidays for gumdrops, gummy worms, licorice, taffy, and jelly beans. The best way to celebrate a candy holiday is by eating the candy that you’re celebrating.