Midwest-CBK Launches New Candle Line

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CANNON FALLS, Minn.-Midwest-CBK is introducing a jar candle line called Inkling at this year's summer markets, including those in Dallas, Atlanta and Las Vegas.

The collection includes 12 fresh designs with a modern, graphic take on pen and ink illustration. Removable wrap-around labels are embellished with color and messaging in Christmas and everyday sentiments. The 10.4-ounce fragranced candles are a blend of soft paraffin and soy and feature a tight-fitting embossed metal lid, lead-free wick, and approximately 60 hours of burn time. The suggested retail price is $15 each.

"Candles make perfect gifts. Our Inkling line stands out and features great messaging, timeless graphic designs and fabulous fragrances; all at a affordable retail price point," said Beth Lorentz, vice president of product development.

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