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Camouflage Fudge

Design A Candy/Vickers Fudge of Port Macquarie, Australia is sending 8kg (about 17.6lbs) of camo-colored caramel-flavored fudge to Australian troops in Afghanistan. 4kg is a gift sent from customer Scott Bailey to his son’s Godmother whom is currently serving in the Australian Army Intelligence division. The additional 4kg is a donation from the confectionery shop, so there would be plenty to go around. The camouflage pattern design was a request from Mr. Bailey so that the fudge could be shared with other troops. Receiving morale boosting fudge from a loved one is always appreciated. The camouflage design is just icing on the… er, fudge.

Thanks to portnews.com.au for the original story.


4 Responses to “Camouflage Fudge”

  1. Riceball says:

    Nice! Tactical fudge!

  2. Austin says:

    Sweet… How did they do that???

  3. admin says:

    They used dye. It’s in the linked article.

  4. Yowza says:

    I’ve got fudge…

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