* Hard candy: Lollipops, roll candy and butterscotch candies can last up to a year when stored at room temperature or in cool, dry conditions.
* Jellied candies: Upon opening the packaging and storing at room temperature, jellied candies can last six to nine months.
How do you tell if a lollipop is expired?
“Shelf life can vary anywhere from two weeks to a year.” She and professor of food science Fadi Aramouni suggest that if a candy appears extremely sticky or has a grainy texture, then it has most likely expired due to temperature changes and the crystallization of sugar.
Is it safe to eat expired candy?
Not all candy bars will have expiration dates, and even an expired candy might be still be good to eat. In general, food expiration dates mean very little, and often pertain to product quality rather than safety.
How long does candy stay good for?
six to nine months
Will Halloween candy last a year?
Hard candy: Hard candies essentially have an indefinite shelf life, provided they are stored properly. Caramel, nougat, and candy corn: Caramel and nougats last six months to a year at room temperature and away from heat and light, while candy corn can make it as far as nine months if kept sealed.