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Love’s launches company’s first snack line with bagged candies
Love's Travel Stops and Country Stores on Wednesday began offering a line of candies and snacks.
Love’s Travel Snacks pays tribute to Love’s heritage by including sour cherries in the shape of hearts.Read more on NewsOK.com

Love’s launches company’s first snack line with bagged candies

Love's Travel Stops and Country Stores on Wednesday began offering a line of candies and snacks.

Love’s Travel Snacks pays tribute to Love’s heritage by including sour cherries in the shape of hearts.
Read more on NewsOK.com

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