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Durkee-Mower, Inc. in Lynn has been producing Marshmallow Fluff since 1920. Click through our homage to this sticky white confection. (Boston Globe Photo / Joanne Rathe)   Photo Gallery Salute to Fluff

Intellectual property law meets Fluff

Maker's trademark suit challenges candy's name

By James Sullivan
Globe Correspondent / March 29, 2006

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For generations, kids across New England have grown up with the sticky-sweet, snow-white confection known as Marshmallow Fluff. These days, however, there's a hint of sour at the Lynn headquarters of the key ingredient behind the classic peanut butter-and-Fluff concoction known as the Fluffernutter. (Full article: 781 words)

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