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January 04, 2019
We're kicking off the New Year with a monthly newsletter, full of sweet new information and ideas, including new products, candy recipes and crafts, holiday fun, and store updates.
All City Candy is excited to announce our newest video series, "Unwrapped!" Watch as we unwrap and taste test various candies from our store. You'll see what they look like, hear how they taste, and learn other important information about them before you buy! Here's one of our installments:
Chocolate-Covered Strawberries are back! And just in time for that special someone on Valentine's Day. Order yours today and skip the rush! (Available for in-store pickup only. Strawberries are not available for shipping at this time.)
Or, come to All City Candy on Saturday, Feb. 9, Sunday, Feb. 10, or Saturday, Feb. 16, to Dip your own Chocolate Gift for Valentine's Day.
We will be exhibiting at the Today's Bride Wedding Show at the I-X Center January 26-27.If you're planning a wedding, stop by our booth to learn more about how we can help you sweeten your big day with our beautiful Candy Buffets and Party Favors.
Have candy canes left over from Christmas? This is a great way to use them up! The combination of the rich, dark chocolate with the cool, crunchy peppermint pieces is always a favorite around All City Candy.
Beans are packed with fiber, low in fat, and high in complex carbohydrates, folate, and iron! But, for Bean Day, we like to celebrate with a sweeter bean: Jelly Beans.
Popcorn has been around since the 16th century, but it wasn't until the mid-1800s that it became popular in the United States. Charles Cretors, a candy-store owner, developed a machine for popping corn with steam,and that's when the tasty treat became more abundantly poppable. Celebrate National Popcorn Day with a bag (or more) of our gourmet popcorn!
The history of peanut brittle is uncertain, though one legend says it was all a mistake. The story goes that a southern woman was making taffy and instead of using cream of tartar, she used baking soda by accident. And the rest is history. Make sure you pick up your Peanut Brittle so you're ready to celebrate this sweet day!
A cute and tasty snowman treat that's as fun to make as it is to eat. A great weekend or snow day activity to keep the kids busy, or a sweet party favor for a wintertime birthday party. You can customize this sweet snowman to the theme of your party by decorating the brim of the snowman hat with coordinating pressed sugar candies.
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