7-29-12 BABY FLASH POP

Minute Maid® PINK LEMONADE MADE WITH REAL LEMONS

Fanta ORANGE 100% NATURAL FLAVORS Contains No Juice

Talking Rain BERRY Sparkling Mountain Spring Water ZERO CALORIES

FredMeyer FROM OUR FAMILY TO YOURS™ spring water

Balance bar® BARE SWEET & SALTY peanut butter

Cascadian Farm ORGANIC SINCE 1972 chewy organic whole grain granola bar with vanilla chips

Teeth flossing thing. I see lots of these but I don’t pick them up unless I have gloves.

black bag

ziploc bag

pen case

clear packaging fragment

NEW BIGGER SIZE! Sun Chips FRENCH ONION Great Multigrain Taste!

BABY FLASH POP Flavor Crystal Bits Blue Raspberry. The pictures illustrate how to remove the cap, then the nipple top, dip the nipple top into the candy and lick it with your tongue. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD – Small parts. Not for children under 3 years. ITEM NO.: C493 NAME: BABY FLASH POP. HARD CANDY INGREDIENTS: SUGAR, HIGH MALTOSE SYRUP, WATER, BUFFERED LACTIC ACID, ARTIFICIAL FLAVOR, ARTIFICAL COLOR (FD&C BLUE NO.1). SUGAR CANDY INGREDIENTS: SUGAR, GLUCOSE SYRUP, CITRIC ACID, GUM ARABIC, ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS, CARNAUBA  [sic] WAX, SHELLAC ARTIFICIAL COLORS (FD&C YELLOW NO. 5, BLUE NO. 1, RED NO. 40). ALLERGEN INFORMATION: THIS PRODUCT MAY CONTAIN TRACES OF GLUTEN, SOY, PEANUTS, TREENUTS AND SEED. IMPORTED AND DISTRIBUTED BY: KIDSMANIA INC., 4380 BALDWIN AVE EL MONTE, CA 91731 WWW.CANDYNOVELTIES.COM. LOCATION OF PRODUCTION: ZHAOQING, GUANGDONG, CHINA. FOR NUTRITION INFORMATION, CALL 562-946-8822, KIDSMANIA INC. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: MADE IN CHINA. WARNING: WIPE THE PRODUCT WITH DAMP CLOTH BEFORE USE.

One thought on “7-29-12 BABY FLASH POP

  1. Wow.

    this has me thinking of songlines…

    “The Creation was believed to be the work of culture heroes who traveled across a formless land, creating sacred sites and significant places of interest in their travels. In this way songlines were established, some of which could travel right across Australia, through as many as six to ten different language groupings. The songs and dances of a particular songline were kept alive and frequently performed at large gatherings, organized in good seasons.
    In the Aboriginal world view, every event leaves a record in the land.”

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