Despite the sour economy, the New England Confectionery Co. is doing just fine. That's because many people can't afford expensive things but can still indulge in the sweets they have enjoyed for so many years. "Some of it is, 'I had these as a kid, I'm gonna start eating them again because it takes me back to a time when things weren't so pressure-packed and maybe a little more innocent,'" said Richard Krause, CEO of NECCO.

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