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Default Russell Stover's chocolates

Russell Stover's chocolates remain a mystery to most people, but Mark
director of new product development and marketing, offers some help:
round or oblong
shapes are soft-centered creams; square or rectangular shapes are
chewy--caramel or
nougat; and bumps indicate nuts or coconut. Of course, there's always
the old-fashioned
way of doing things too. Break the pieces open and see what's inside.

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