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Old-fashioned candy factory.
A tour of the Hammond's Candies factory is the next best thing to drowning in Willy Wonka's chocolate river. You can see people (real people!) hand...
Hammond's Candies, makers of unusually large candy canes, is upping the ante on the usual factory tours again this year with its eleventh annual Hammond's Candy Cane Festival, where the public will be treated to trolley rides, holiday arts and... More »
As sugar addicts and cheapskates already know, it's a scientific fact that candy canes and butterscotch pillows taste exactly the same whether they're intact or broken into pieces. The only difference? The price. In the Oops Room at the Hammond's Candies factory, thrifty five-year-olds (and grown-ass men who love caramel marshmallows and saving money) can get their candy fix for less by buying the factory's fractured goods. At Hammond's, Denver's 91-year-old candy company, even the mistakes... More »
When you're suddenly overcome by a craving for sweets -- you know, that sudden unstoppable need for sugar -- Hammond's Candies satisfies. Before you sink your sweet tooth into a gooey strawberry caramel or break off a piece of the company's famous ribbon candy, though, you might want to take a free tour of the factory. After all, the buildup is half the fun. During the thirty-minute tour, you'll see how the edible ribbons are hand-pulled and crimped to produce the wavy candy for which... More »
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