HAMMONDS CANDY – most popular candy in the world

HAMMONDS CANDY – most popular candy in the world

Hammonds Candy

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  • a rich sweet made of flavored sugar and often combined with fruit or nuts
  • A sweet food made with sugar or syrup combined with fruit, chocolate, or nuts
  • sugarcoat: coat with something sweet, such as a hard sugar glaze
  • Sugar crystallized by repeated boiling and slow evaporation
  • (candied) encrusted with sugar or syrup; “candied grapefruit peel”

hammonds candy

hammonds candy – Hammond's Candies

Hammond's Candies Bubble Gum Ribbon Candy
Hammond's Candies Bubble Gum Ribbon Candy
As much a part of Christmas as candy canes, ribbon candy brightens any holiday event! This Bubble Gum Ribbon Candy is as beautiful as it is flavorful and will remind everyone of a Christmas long ago. Each 3 oz. piece is individually wrapped and is approximately 5 long. Sold as a single piece for $5.25, a set of four for $20.00 or a case of 20 for $80.00. On his first day of high school, a young man named Carl Hammond returned home and announced that he didn’t need any more education. “Fine,” his mother replied, “but you’re not going to lie around the house. Go get a job.” And that’s just what Carl Hammond did; he got a job…as an apprentice in a candy factory. In 1920, after several years of learning the candy business, Carl T. Hammond, Sr. founded Hammond’s Candy Company in Denver, Colorado. Over the past 90 years, the “Mile High City” has seen a number of fine chocolate and candy manufacturers come and go, but one special company is still very much in business. Hammond’s Candies still honors Carl’s motto, “Nothing is more important that quality.”

Hammond Candy Factory

Hammond Candy Factory
If you’ve ever seen the food network show "Unwrapped" you know that most of the candy canes made in the United States are wound by hand right here in this factory. They make chocolate from January to May, and then ramp up for candy cane production, which commences until Christmas.

Hammond's Candy Experts

Hammond's Candy Experts
This crafty mexican makes most of the candy canes consumed in the United States. He’s kneading an 80 lb lump of softened peppermint candy, which will eventually be made into like a thousand candy canes. If you’ve ever eaten a candy cane, this guy probably made it.

hammonds candy

Hammond's Candies Vanilla Mitchell Sweets (1 lb bag)
Vanilla Mitchell Sweets are handmade, fluffy Marshmallow covered in a sweet, vanilla caramel. Making millions of smiles since 1920. On his first day of high school, a young man named Carl Hammond returned home and announced that he didn’t need any more education. “Fine,” his mother replied, “but you’re not going to lie around the house. Go get a job.” And that’s just what Carl Hammond did; he got a job…as an apprentice in a candy factory. In 1920, after several years of learning the candy business, Carl T. Hammond, Sr. founded Hammond’s Candy Company in Denver, Colorado. Over the past 90 years, the “Mile High City” has seen a number of fine chocolate and candy manufacturers come and go, but one special company is still very much in business. Hammond’s Candies still honors Carl’s motto, “Nothing is more important that quality.”



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