Back in the day where I grew up, we had the "panadero" which was a dude driving around in a van and selling pan dulce and candy. He would arrive to the neighborhood, honk his horn and everyone would come out and buy. I don't think I've ever heard of or seen it referenced by anyone else outside of my hometown that's why I'm not sure if anyone else was familiar with this concept. This is when Mexican candy wasn't as easily available and distributed as it is now, when if someone had it, it was because it was brought by them or someone they knew from Mexico themselves. This is before big box Mexican chain supermarkets like Vallarta or Cardenas and their bland mass produced pan dulce. I don't know who made the pan he was selling but it smelled and tasted bomb! I miss the simplicity of those days. He always had chicklets in mazapan boxes.