Why we eat candy canes at Christmas


This sweet, striped, J-shaped confection is one of the dominant symbols of Christmas. But why?

For many people around the world, Christmas hysteria hits as soon as December begins. Whether you celebrate December 25 as a religious holiday or not, you’ve almost certainly seen the unstoppable momentum that surrounds the occasion and the days leading up to it. From tree-trimming mania and colorful outdoor lights to cloyingly sweet eggnog and gingerbread houses, all the stuff that goes with Christmas is pervasive to say the least. While the traditions tied to the celebrations bring either holiday cheer or holiday stress (your preference), it’s always fun to find out the reasons behind the rituals.

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