Preserving your Halloween candy

POSTED: 9:59 AM Nov 01 2013   UPDATED: 10:39 AM Nov 02 2015

Keep your Halloween candy alive long after the ghouls and goblins have been laid to rest.

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Kids around the country are getting their costumes ready to go trick-or-treating Friday night -- which means they'll be sorting through pounds of candy over the weekend. Keep your Halloween treats alive long after the ghouls and goblins have been laid to rest with these tips from the National Confectioners Association:

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