CINCINNATI - A chemist who has resided in Cincinnati all of his life has just informed American Spotlight Magazine that he has invented a new hard shell chocolate candy.
Livingston Odessa who received his Chemistry Degree from Johnny Appleseed University in Indianapolis said that after conducting diligent research for three years he finally was able to breakdown all of the ingredients found in M&M's.
He said that he conducted tests on a group of 600 participants. He pointed out that of the 600, 593 could not tell which candy was the M&M's and which was the newly developed candy.
Odessa did point out that the 7 who said they could tell the difference all stated afterwards that they had merely guessed.
Livingston Odessa then approached Cincinnati billionaire Norman Limbowitz about providing the financial backing to develop, market, and sell the new candy.
Limbowitz, who along with his wife are both chocolate fanatics, was only too glad to provide the financial backing.
SIDENOTE: Mr. Odessa decided to use the first name initials of Norman Limbowitz and his extremely attractive younger wife Natalie and call the new candy N&N's.