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good thru Sept.Oct. Nov.

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Referring to the $650K limit?

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They do have an upper limit, in small print on the linked web site about mid page, after an * .

And to be fair, they have a $250K minimum contribution.

Good information that the top was reached last year. Still, 1.3 million bags is a lot to sell, let's hope they reach it this year.

And peanut M&M's is my current addiction, the top item cycles occasionally.

Had chocolate candy bars with almonds and was good, so I could certainly go for an almond M&M's, but think I'd still like the peanut M&M's.

Every had ice cream with chocolate/fudge swirl throughout it? and the one with fudge swirl and chocolate covered (no candy shell this time though) scatter through it. Think it's called tin roof sundae at local Food Lion (their brand, they're a discount grocery chain).

Now that is decadent.

RogerNC

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