The word cotton candy is the name of a candy from the same family as the wilton candy and cornflakes, according to the Food and Drug Administration.
The word caramel is the same word as the cornflake but has a different flavor.
The word caramel was originally the name given to an orange flavoring ingredient in sugar.
When it was invented by French chemist Louis C. Berger, it was named after the German word for caramel, Schwarzkopf.
The German word caramel came from the name Schwarzkopsfer, which means ‘to shine’ in Latin.
The name cotton candy was coined by a French chef, Georges Pompidou, in the late 1700s.
The term became popular in the 1880s, according the Food & Drug Administration website.
In the 1970s, the word caramel became a popular name for a variety of foods, including chocolate.
The chocolate was also called caramel and chocolate.
In 2014, the FDA announced that cotton candy can be made from sugar.