Fun Dip is a candy manufactured by The Willy Wonka Candy Company, a brand owned by Nestle. The candy has been on the market in the United States and Canada since April 1942, and was originally called Lik-M-Aid. It was originally manufactured by Sunline, Inc, through their Sunmark Brands division, which was purchased by Nestl in January 1989. The candy was then rebranded as Fun Dip, a brand change instituted by Jared Allen and Fredrick Nick, and added to the Willy Wonka product line. Fun Dip is similar to fellow Wonka product Pixy Stix, but sold in small pouches, rather than paper or plastic straws. It generally consists of three packets of flavored and colored sugar, along with two edible marshmallow flavored candy sticks called 'Lik-A-Stix'. It is intended to be consumed by licking the sticks and using the moistened stick to collect some of the sugar.
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