Sponge candy lovers, are you ready? Honestly, hold on tight, because this is good. Real good.
The countdown to National Sponge Candy Day is officially on. And the original makers of sponge candy, Fowler’s Chocolates are celebrating the holiday by releasing a limited-edition sponge candy collection.
Buffalo’s obsession with sponge candy is v. real. There’s even an entire day dedicated to celebrating the city’s favorite toffee treat. Not kidding. Mayor Byron Brown made it official back in 2015 by declaring September 21 as National Sponge Candy Day! So why wouldn’t there be a limited edition box with some crazy fun flavors to make it even sweeter?
As the original makers of this chocolatey treat, Fowler’s is excited to introduce the ultimate Buffalo foodie experience in 2019. As a clear favorite among many locals, Fowler’s has been creating these bite-sized sweets for decades now. They always make in small batches, so every piece is as good as the last. Quality. Is. everything.
If you love our city’s most famous sweet treat, you need this collection in your life. What’s inside? Extra large pieces of sponge candy in six special limited-edition sponge candy flavors including - wait for it:
Real talk. These boxes, which weigh 15 oz and cost just $29.99 won’t last. And once they are gone, they are gone. So head to your closest Fowler’s Shop, because boxes are only available in-store and online while supplies last.
If you have a sweet tooth, you most definitely need a little limited edition chocolatey goodness in your life. Frankly, we all do. Stock up now, so you’re all set to celebrate National Sponge Candy Day come September 21. Enjoy, Buffalo!
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Heading into late March, Fowler's Chocolates Inc. owner Ted Marks had a decision to make.
The fourth-generation candy maker was heading into one of his top events of the year, the Easter season. As a food manufacturer, his business was deemed essential, meaning he was allowed to continue producing.