Three of Cella's milk chocolate covered, liquid-filled cherries, in a cute little gable box. Perfect for a little thank you, stocking stuffer, or a special snack.
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Cella’s chocolate covered cherries are available in a variety of packages, as well as milk and dark chocolate. Click here to view the full collection.
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Ingredients: Milk Chocolate (Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Milk, Chocolate, Soya Lecithin An Emulsifier And Vanillan An Artificial Flavoring), Cherries Treated With Sulfur Dioxide A Preservative, Sugar, Corn Syrup, Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate A Preservative, Artificial Flavor, Calcium Chloride And Artificial Color (FD&C Red 40).
REAL CHERRIES MAY CONTAIN PITS
Ingredients and nutritional information provided by manufacturer and considered accurate at time of posting. Refer to product labeling or contact manufacturer directly for current data.
Did you know - All City Candy has a full line of bulk candy for events and parties such as weddings, graduations, birthdays, and baby showers. Party planning couldn't be easier with candy by color selections of hard candy, gummies, M&M's, jelly beans, sour candy, and a rainbow of foil wrapped chocolates. Looking for help with a candy buffet? We are candy buffet specialists! Check out our informational series of short videos and infographics to learn how to make your own DIY successful candy buffet. And, if you need to send a gift, you’ve come to the right place. We have lots of giant candy, and even a fun mystery bag of candy! In addition, we hand dip outrageously delicious chocolate covered pretzels, Oreo and Nutter Butter cookies, and other treats. Packaged in gift boxes and baskets, they are sweet gifts for birthdays, special occasions, corporate holiday gifts or just to say thank you. We ship worldwide!
Just like I remember them as a kid getting them at the BAL GVF CHRISTMAS party in the late 60’s