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How do I contact M&Ms?

How do I contact M&Ms?

contact us

  1. Email. [email protected]
  2. Call or Text. 1.888.696.6788. Monday – Friday. 9 am – 5:30 pm ET.
  3. For your Business? Call 1.866.290.6854 to speak with a specialist. Monday – Friday. 9 am – 5:30 pm ET.

How long does it take to receive custom M&Ms?

when will my order arrive

Your Purchase Standard Shipping Priority Shipping
Color Only, Custom-Printed M&M’S Candies with Images, Clip-Art and/or Messages.* *Orders up to 200 favors and under $5000. Arrives in 5-7 business days. Arrives in 3-5 business days.

Do M and Ms expire?

M&M’s last for 6-12 months beyond their “best by” date depending on what they are filled with and how they are stored. The shelf life of M&M’s depends on a variety of factors, such as the best before date and how the chocolates are stored.

How do I cancel an order on M&Ms?

If the status of your order appears as ‘shipped,’ we are unable to add to, change or cancel your order. If your order has not yet been shipped, you may call Customer Service at 1.888.

Are M and M’s kosher?

Yes, M&M’S Milk Chocolate Candies produced and sold in the US are kosher.

Will M&M’s melt in the mail?

Any product whose main ingredient is chocolate, such as Brach’s Chocolate Stars, Chocolate Cigars, Chocolate Coins, Coconut Bon Bons, Colorworks M&M’s, Malted Milk Balls, or Misty Mints, will be damaged if exposed to hot temperatures.

Does chocolate go bad?

In fact, chocolate doesn’t even have an expiration date, only a best before date. As bacteria can’t live in chocolate, chocolates don’t have a use by date. Even if a bloom does appear, or your chocolate has a peculiar smell to it, it will still be safe to consume.

Are Sour Patch Kids kosher?

While many would assume that Sour Patch Kids would be Kosher because of the lack of gelatin, they actually are not considered Kosher. This is primarily related to the inclusion of artificial flavors and colors or even the natural flavors that can sometimes be derived from pork and other non-Kosher foods.

Are dots kosher?

According to PETA, Dots are vegan, and according to the Tootsie Roll Industries website, they are gluten-free, nut-free, peanut-free, and kosher (officially certified kosher by the Orthodox Union as of December 1, 2009).

Who is Bruce Murrie?

Like Forrest Mars, Bruce Murrie was the son of a candy magnate – William Murrie, the president of Hershey’s. While Mars had the patent for the candy, Murrie had the chocolate. Together, they began to produce the first batches of their coated chocolate candies under a new company, known as Mars & Murrie.

What does MMS mean on a mobile phone?

MMS is mobile phone service that allows users to send multimedia messages to each other. This includes images, videos, and sound files. MMS is an extension of SMS, which is used to send and receive text messages. Like text messages, multimedia messages are first transmitted to a central server maintained by the cellular service provider.

What does MMS stand for on a cell phone?

MMS stands for Multimedia Messaging Service and this type of text messaging is an evolution of the SMS. With a MMS, you can send a message including pictures, video, or audio content to another device. It is most commonly used to send a photo taken with a camera phone to another phone. Most new cell phones with multimedia capabilities support MMS.

Is MMS available on your phones?

MMS Settings varies depending on the operating system of the device. For devices purchased in the country where the SIM card is being utilized, the MMS setting is already available by default. For Android phones, MMS settings are found in APN settings under Mobile Network Settings.

What is MMS messaging on Android?

Com.android.mms could be considered a package, an app, a path, or a process; depending on which way you look at it. To sum it up, the format is a unique identifier for MMS, or multimedia messaging service—which is the service that makes the transmission of images, attachments, audio, video, and text messages greater than 160 characters—possible.