Fluffy Puff Air-Puffed Sugar Delights
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Fluffy Puff Air-Puffed Sugar Delights are the Old-Timey version of Fluffy Puff Marshmallows. They are made in Neuconsin with the latest Air-Puffing "Tech-No-Logy", which hand-puffs various foods such as turkeys and broccoli with only the finest airs. They were endorsed by the dapper Mr. Shmallow in a commercial for the product.
Another Fluffy-Puff brand product makes a brief Old-Timey appearance in the Ballad of The Sneak, in which The Sneak is shown to be stuffed after eating too many. This product is packaged in cans instead of boxes, and resembles some sort of chocolate confection wrapped in paper.
The name Air-Puffed Sugar Delights is a parody of Kraft Foods' Jet-Puffed Marshmallows. Interestingly, Kraft has two factories in Wisconsin. The name is also a reference to early names for popular food products. For example, 7-Up was once known as "Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Soda".
The side of the sugar delights package is decorated by pictures of Mr. Shmallow, numbered from 1 to 4.