Candy Starting With F: (Letter F Candies)

Candies That Begin With The Letter F

Directly below you will find a list of candies that start with F. Below the list is a description of each candy if you would like additional information about these treats.

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Without further delay, let’s unwrap the candies that begin with the letter F!

List Of Candy That Starts With F

5 Star

This candy bar by Cadbury contains a chewy caramel core with nougat that is surrounded by a chocolate coating. The combination of these elements creates a bar that has a mix of chewiness, creaminess, and a sweet caramel flavor.

Cadbury 5 Star is sold outside of the United States. You can find it in places like India, Malaysia, and South Africa. It was launched in 1969 in India and seen strong growth over the past decade, according Business Standard.

Fannie May

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Fannie May is a well-known American chocolate confectionery company that specializes in producing a wide variety of premium chocolates, candies, and confections. The company was founded in 1920 in Chicago, Illinois, and it has a long history of creating high-quality chocolates and sweet treats.

Some of its current best-sellers include Mint Meltaways, Milk Chocolate Pixes, Trinidads, and Mint Cookie Clusters. Its chocolates are widely available through its own retail stores, online ordering, and at select retailers. Fannie May chocolates are a popular choice for gifts for occasions like birthdays and anniversaries.


You likely recognize Fanta as a popular soda brand. However, the success of the soda has allowed it to be licensed for use as candy flavors. For example, Mentos makes a flavor of its popular candy called Fanta Orange. Hi Chew also make Fanta flavors of its candy.


Fazer is a Finnish food company with a long history of producing a wide range of confectionery, including various candies, chocolates, and other sweet treats. Fazer is one of the largest and most renowned confectionery companies in Finland and the Nordic region. The company was founded in 1891 by Karl Fazer and is headquartered in Helsinki, Finland.

Ferrero Rocher 

Ferrero Rocher is a brand of candy made by the Italian company, Ferrero since 1982. These candies are known for their distinctive round shape and consist of several layers, each with a different texture and flavor.

The classic Ferrero Rocher consists of the following components:

  1. Whole Hazelnut: At the center of each chocolate is a whole roasted hazelnut, which provides a crunchy and nutty core.
  2. Hazelnut Creamy Filling: The hazelnut is surrounded by a layer of smooth hazelnut filling that adds a creamy and nutty element.
  3. Crunchy Wafer Shell: The hazelnut cream-covered hazelnut is then enclosed in a thin, crispy wafer shell, adding a satisfying crunch.
  4. Milk Chocolate Coating: The wafer-covered hazelnut is then enveloped in a layer of milk chocolate, giving the confection its sweet and chocolatey outer coating.
  5. Chopped Hazelnuts: To finish, the milk chocolate-covered hazelnut is coated in finely chopped hazelnuts, adding another layer of texture and flavor.

Finders Keepers

Finders Keepers specializes in making candy eggs with toys included with them similar to Kinder eggs. The toys include Hot Wheels, L.O.L Surprise, Paw Patrol, and others. This candy is perfect for any child or even adult that is into surprise toy eggs that have become popular as of late.


These candies are known for their intense, fiery flavor and their bright red color. They are typically small, round, and individually wrapped in clear cellophane or plastic wrappers.

The primary characteristic of Fireballs candies is their strong cinnamon taste, which is often described as hot or spicy. They can create a burning sensation in the mouth, which some people find enjoyable. The spicy kick comes from the inclusion of cinnamon oil, which is what gives the candies their distinctive flavor.


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Cadbury Flake is a well-known chocolate bar that is produced by the British multinational confectionery company Cadbury, which is now a subsidiary of Mondelez International. It is famous for its unique texture and delicate, crumbly, flaky structure.

This candy bar has been made by Cadbury since 1920. It is made up of thinly folded layers of milk chocolate, and it has a fragile and crumbly texture. When you bite into it or break it apart, it tends to shatter into numerous small, delicate pieces.

Don’t drive yourself nuts trying to find this bar at stores if you’re in the U.S. Cadbury Flake is not widely available here but certainly can be found online.

Fluffy Stuff

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Fluffy Stuff is a brand of bagged cotton candy made by Charms. Charms is owned by Tootsie Roll and produces Blow Pops and other candies under its brand name.

The cool thing about Fluffy Stuff is that it is sealed in bags that preserve its freshness when unopened. In other words, its unlike traditional cotton candy that needs to be consumed relatively quickly for a fresh tasting product.

The signature Fluffy Stuff comes with multiple flavors in one bag including strawberry, lemon, and blue raspberry.

Fort Knox

The real Fort Knox houses a large portion of the United States gold reserves. Fort Knox candy is a play on this. They produce candies that look like money, gold coins, and gold bars.

French Chew

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French Chew is a type of taffy-like candy that has been enjoyed by people in the United States for many years. It is known for its chewy and nougat-like texture. French Chew is often sold in the form of bars or bite-sized pieces and is available in various flavors, with vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry being some of the most popular.

Claus Doscher created French Chew in the late 1800s and they are still made by Doschers Candy Co. in Cincinnati, Ohio today. They typically associated with a vintage candy experience and is still available in some candy stores, supermarkets, and online retailers. It is a classic American candy that continues to be enjoyed by those who appreciate its unique texture and flavors.

Fruit Gums

Rowntree’s Fruit Gums typically come in a variety of fruit flavors, such as blackcurrant, lemon, lime, orange, and strawberry. Each fruit gum is molded into a unique shape that corresponds to its fruit flavor. For example, the orange flavor is shaped like an orange slice.

These candies are known for their chewy gummy-like texture, intense fruit flavors, and fun shapes/colors. They are similar to Fruit Pastilles featured below but without the sugary exterior coating.

Fruit Pastilles

Fruit Pastilles are a type of chewy, fruit-flavored candy that originated in the United Kingdom. They are produced by Rowntree’s and are round or oval in shape, with a chewy, gelatinous texture.

Fruit Pastilles are known for their fruity flavors, and they come in a variety of flavors including blackcurrant, lemon, lime, orange, and strawberry. Each Fruit Pastille is colored to correspond to its particular flavor. They are brightly colored and have a sugary coating to prevent sticking and to provide flavor.

Fruit Stripe

Fruit Stripe Gum is a brand of chewing gum known for its colorful packaging and multiple fruity flavors. It was first introduced in the United States in the 1960s by the Beech-Nut company.

One of its distinctive features is the zebra theme of the gum. Each stick is colored vibrantly and striped like a zebra. Additionally, the packaging is zebra striped. The brand mascot is even a zebra.

One unique aspect of Fruit Stripe Gum is that the flavor tends to fade quickly. After a few minutes or maybe less, its flavor vanishes leaving most people either annoyed or wanting another piece.

Despite the short-lived flavor, it has remained a nostalgic and popular chewing gum for many people. Varieties include Original and Bubble Gum. They also make Fruit Stripe gummies.


Fudge is a type of sweet confection that is commonly made by mixing sugar, butter, and milk and heating it to the soft-ball stage (around 235° F) and then mixing it while it cools to produce a smooth, creamy texture. Additional flavorings, such as chocolate, vanilla, nuts, or other ingredients, are often added to create different varieties of fudge.

Fun Dip

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Fun Dip is made of a powdered, fruit-flavored sugar and a candy stick for dipping. It’s known for its colorful and interactive packaging. Fun Dip is typically sold in small, rectangular packets, each containing two compartments: one with the flavored sugar powder and the other with the candy stick.

Fun Dip is a popular candy among children, and it’s often found in candy stores, as well as in the candy section of supermarkets and convenience stores. It provides an interactive and enjoyable way to savor sugary and fruity flavors.