Candy corn has always been a seasonal treat that divides sweet tooth snackers. Now, Brach's is making the candy even more controversial with new Thanksgiving dinner-flavored candy corn.

The new turkey dinner-inspired product comes with a variety of yummy flavors you'd find on the table during the Thanksgiving holiday.

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Thanksgiving is still a few months away. However, for those wanting to taste some familiar flavors from the holiday early, this new treat might be for you. Brach's has launched its new turkey dinner candy corn that basically fits an entire Thanksgiving feast into one bag. The sweet treats come in six flavors: green beans, roasted turkey, cranberry sauce, ginger glazed carrot, sweet potato pie and stuffing.

Brach's website describes the new product as a "unique mix" of flavors.

"A full course meal presented in a unique mix of candy corn flavors," the website says. "Brach's Turkey Dinner includes all of the traditional Thanksgiving favorites. From roasted turkey, green beans and stuffing to ginger glazed carrots, cranberry sauce and sweet potato pie."

Brach's Thanksgiving candy corn

[Photo via Brach's][/caption]Candy corn has been a seasonal staple for decades. As Mariah Havens, senior brand manager of seasonal marketing for Ferrara Candy, reveals, the company decided to try something new for Thanksgiving and Halloween this year.

"When it comes to a seasonal staple like candy corn, Ferrara is No.1 and Brach's has been selling [it] since the 1950s," Havens says. "We're always innovating with trends and fun flavors, and we know this year is different than anything we've ever seen, much like our new Turkey Dinner candy corn, which includes a full-course meal of traditional Thanksgiving favorites."

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Brach's new turkey dinner candy comes in 12 oz bags and is available at your local Walgreens. For more information, head here.

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