By By MARK HEIDLER | Updated Mar 18, 2018 03:02:30 | MARK HEIDELLER/ReutersCandy bars are not just for kids.
The first waves of digital sweets are now rolling out across the world, as they are on the eve of the holidays.
The new digital candy, which is being rolled out globally and comes in flavors such as ice cream and mint, comes in a range of flavors and candy bars that can be purchased online, at brick-and-mortar stores and even online, for as little as $1.49.
The trend is to make the digital sweets more accessible, while offering a different experience, according to Candy Wars founder David Hsieh.
“We are going to see the first wave,” Hsiey told Bloomberg.
“It is about putting together the right digital experience.
We have a few years of experience, but we have this next generation of candies coming in that will make them even more accessible and more appealing to consumers.”
The digital candy has been gaining momentum as consumers embrace new technology.
The latest, which was launched last week in India, is available at select online retailers such as Amazon and Flipkart.
The online version, called Candy Wars, has already had a hit with consumers, with sales of the new candy growing more than 10% from the previous month.
It’s available in flavors including ice cream, strawberry and mint and costs $1 per pop.
The trend is being driven by a number of factors.
For example, in the U.S., a wave of new mobile apps are making it easier for consumers to shop online.
A similar trend is also driving sales of more traditional sweets, such as the traditional chocolate chip cookie and the vanilla creme bar.
“The Internet has created this new market opportunity,” Hsey said.
“There is a lot of excitement about the possibilities.
You have the opportunity to take your home experience to the next level.”
Online retailers and retailers are also using their online presence to bring consumers the new digital sweets.
Flipkarte launched a new candy bar online last week that includes the new sweets.
In the past, the online candy bar could only be bought in India.
It can now be found on the app for Flipkarten.
Amazon, meanwhile, is launching a new Candy Wars bar at select Amazon-owned grocery stores and convenience stores in the United States.
The candy bar can be bought online for $1 each, with the option of a “special delivery” to a select grocery store.
Amazon has also partnered with the online store Foodie to offer the new CandyWars at its online grocery store Foodies.com.
Hsieh believes this new wave of sweets is just the beginning.
“In the future, this trend is going to continue,” he said.
Hsiy said that with the popularity of digital experiences, the market will grow.
“This is going take place not only with candy bars, but with other digital experiences as well,” he added.
“These are not limited to just candy bars.
You can go on YouTube and watch an event on your phone and you can use your smartphone and you have your tablet.
These are digital experiences and they are becoming more accessible.”
Candy Wars, which has been in the works for about a year, is being piloted at stores in Japan and India.
In India, stores are being encouraged to open up their digital candy stores to the public as the trend spreads there.
Hsuy also noted that the new trends are not all about candy bars and other traditional sweets.
“We are seeing this trend of a candy bar as a different kind of experience,” he noted.
“When people think of sweets, they think of chocolate bars, which are great, but you want a different flavor and you want something different from them.”
For Hsie, the digital candy is a perfect way to get kids to use the Internet to enjoy the new social media platform.
“This is the best thing we have been able to do,” Hsiy told CNBC.
“They are getting online at home, and that is what is really different about the candy.
It is not only candy, it is a new experience.”
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