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Mar 08 2020

The source material for candy mesh is usually both colored and flavored. When spun, cotton candy is white because it is made from sugar, but adding dye or coloring transforms the color. Originally, cotton candy was just white. In the US, cotton candy is available in a wide variety of flavors, but two flavor-blend colors predominate – ‘blue raspberry’ and ‘pink vanilla'[citation needed], both originally formulated by the Gold Medal brand (which uses the names ‘Boo Blue’ and ‘Silly Nilly’). Cotton candy may come out purple when mixed. Cotton candy machines were notoriously unreliable until Gold Medal’s invention of a sprung base in 1949 – since then, they have manufactured nearly all commercial cotton candy machines and much of the cotton candy in the US.