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Candy & Confectionery In Newtown




Candy & Confectionery


Below is a list of businesses listed within our directory which provide Candy & Confectionery services. If you do not see your business within the list below, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.

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Business Listing   Dutch Treat - Newtown, PA - Phone: (215) 968-4398


Business Listing   Newtown Chocolate Shoppe - Newtown, PA - Phone: (215) 579-2333


Business Listing   Sweet Temptations - Newtown, PA - Phone: (215) 860-6201


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Helpful Definition for: Candy & Confectionery

Candy and confectionery shops in Newtown feature handmade hard and specialty chocolates, a wide variety of candies like licorice, salt water taffy, chewing gums, sugar free items, caramel covered marshmallows, mints, snack foods, decorated cookies, fudges, jellies, gummies and more. These are high density food energy source. No one in the candy and confectionery business in Pennsylvania can beat businesses in Newtown.Newtown candy shops are known for mouthwatering candies and are simply the best in the game with their experience and advantages of scale. As premier suppliers of cocoa, chocolate and bakery items, they satisfy a host of flavor, texture and color requirements.








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