Power Bacon sells for $9.99 per stick, and comes with a tongue-in-cheek warning that it is not to be consumed. "Do not eat, leave exposed to sunlight or explore the wilderness without a firearm," the company says on its website, www.PowerBacon.com.
Not to be outdone, J&D also expanded its lineup of hot sauce-flavored products with Sriracha Candy Canes. A box of 12 sells for $7.99 at retailers like Cost Plus World Markets, Urban Outfitters and ThinkGeek.com. Both products are available on the Internet.
"Warm up your taste buds this year with Sriracha Candy Canes," the company said. "The savior of bland food is now a fiery candy cane great for tricking your unsuspecting friends [and children] after a tasty bento box."
J&D recommends using the chile spice-sweet candy as a stirrer in a holiday drink or sprinkling crushed Sriracha candy canes over ice cream for cheap thrills.
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