Schwartz Candies

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tamandmik
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2007/02/12 09:26:26 (permalink)

Schwartz Candies

Has anyone else ever heard of this business? I was watching the Food Network this weekend, and saw the process of making the chocolate covered marshmallows. I am not a big sweets/candy person, but I was mesmorized by the look and production. They originate out of Carle Place NY, on Long Island. Being that it's around Valentine's Day, I am considering placing an order. Are they as good as they looked on TV?
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    PaulBPool
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    RE: Schwartz Candies 2007/02/12 09:48:22 (permalink)
    Schwartz candies has been around for years and years! I grew up less than half a mile from their original factory in New Hyde Park, and have enjoyed their candy since I was a kid. They moved to their current location about a year and a half ago. The chocolate IS as good as it looks, the taste is outstanding! A trip to Schwartz is a MUST for us at V-Day, and we also go there at Easter time, and for our birthdays. I have never been disappointed in anything I've ever gotten there. ENJOY!
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    pamelakrest
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    RE: Schwartz Candies 2007/02/12 10:17:20 (permalink)
    I Googled it and here is the link
    http://www.schwartzcandies.com/
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    RE: Schwartz Candies 2007/02/12 16:28:59 (permalink)
    Schwartz rings a bell as an old time NYC premium candy line, like Barracini, Schraffts, Lofts, Fannie Farmer, etc.
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