Why are swedish fish called swedish fish?

Answer Swedish fish are chewy, fruity, fish-shaped candies that are aptly named for their country of origin. Although the treat has its roots in Sweden, it has been a popular candy throughout North Americ... Read More »

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How to Eat Swedish Fish?

Most of us have seen these gummi and chewy candies that are shaped like a fish. They come bagged, or loose wherever loose candies are sold. They are also sold in boxes in movie theaters. They are l... Read More »

Do multicolored Swedish Fish exist?

Swedish Fish are a fish-shaped, chewy candy. Although red is the most popular color for the candy, the fish do come in a variety of colors. In 2005, other marine life was added to the Swedish candy... Read More »

How were Swedish Fish named?

Swedish Fish is a popular wine gum candy that comes in multiple bright colors and are shaped like sea life. They are named simply because they were first made in Sweden, then exported to North Ame... Read More »

Are swedish fish really from sweden?

Swedish fish originally were made by Malco, which was a Swedish company. The candy was created with the American market in mind. Today they are owned by the Cadbury Adams Company. They are manufact... Read More »