Seeing that today is Halloween, it seems rather timely that I’d want to write about candy. I don’t mean that sweet sugary candy corn that I happen to adore, nor those mini individually wrapped chocolate bars that children will watch drop into their big trick or treat bags or plastic pumpkins. I’m not thinking of American candy at all, even if we Americans like to think of Swedish fish as our own. You know those classic, red, chewy candies shaped like fish, with the word “Swedish” embossed on them, that stick to your teeth no matter what you do? Well, I’m actually thinking of the Swedish fish that the Swedes proudly call their own. Along with a diverse range of candy, one that won’t remain unknown for long, thanks to Swede, Lena Rosen.