Enjoy this curated candy collection from some of our favorite women-owned candy companies!
Sweet Addiction Toffee: This was the first candy we decided to sell at Candycopia. It's the best toffee we've ever had! Kim honors grandma's recipe to the letter for a whole new generation of toffee lovers.
Dallas Caramels: These are the #1 selling item in our store. It is the softest, butteriest caramel we've ever tasted. Rain McDermott started her candy business in 2017 and named it to honor her hometown of Dallas, Texas.
Askanya Chocolates: Owner, Corinne Joachim Sanon Symietz is a Haitian-American Engineer who wanted to do something to help support the women of Haiti. Since 2015, Askanya Chocolates are made in Haiti, using natural ingredients, honestly sourced and handcrafted by women.
Sweet Caroline Confections: Latina- and woman-owned, Sweet Caroline Lollipops are a top seller in the store. These beautiful, handcrafted treats are great to look at and eat!
Lily's Chilies: These are a mix of spicy, sour, and sweet all in one candy. The gummies are tossed in a special blend of chili spices making your salivary glands work overtime! Lily previously worked as an accountant who made gummies as a hobby, until her pastime captured the imagination of local Californians, and now sour/spicy candy fans worldwide!
jcoco chocolate: We love the varieties of these mini chocolate bars. Jean Thompson's mission was twofold: elevate the way people experience chocolate and turn an everyday indulgence into an opportunity to make a difference. Today, jcoco is a favorite among epicureans and has donated more than 3.5 million servings to organizations working to combat hunger.