Where to Find Kosher Candy Online
Candy is a delicious addition to any party. You can put candy in party favors, place them in beautiful jars on a candy bar buffet or use them as toppings on a popcorn bar. For those who want all or part of their candy offerings to be kosher candy, we’ve rounded up a few online vendors that can deliver kosher candy to your door.
Dylan’s Candy Bar lives up to its reputation of offering fun and interesting treats with their kosher selection. They offer a variety of kosher candy bars in to-die-for flavors such as brownie batter and red velvet.
Illinois Nut & Candy achieves their slogan of “raising the candy bar.” In addition to “regular” kosher candy and baskets, they offer casein free, gluten free, lactose free and organic candies and confections. We’ve also heard good things about their taffy apples.
Kosher Candy Man offers bulk chocolates, sweets, and dried fruits. They also create gift baskets that can be customized to your taste. The gift baskets would be excellent welcome gifts for your out-of-town kosher guests.
As the name suggests, NaturalCandyStore.com only features natural candies (no artificial colors or dyes, artificial flavors, artificial sweeteners, preservatives or hydrogenated oils). They have a wide kosher candy selection.
Don’t let the name fool you. Oh! Nuts serves up much more than nuts. They offer a wide variety of bulk kosher candy including candy sticks, character candies and unwrapped candy (of course, their nuts are good too!).
Only Kosher Candy offers a selection of bulk candies and beautiful Pekelach that are perfect favors for your next bar/bat mitvah, baby shower or other special event. The website also allows you to search for candies by Jewish Holiday.
In addition to having an inspiring story that began Hungary in the early 20th Century, Paskesz Candy features a wide selection of kosher candy and chocolates. If that’s not enough, they also offer kosher chocolate bars and wafers.
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