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Special Guest Blog By Ellen Bruss Design

Tuesday, December 18, 2012 | Comments: (0)

Early this year, Hammond’s Candies approached Ellen Bruss Design (EBD) of Denver about redesigning their factory tour. Beginning in May, EBD began brainstorming ideas for an updated, engaging and interactive experience for visitors of Hammond’s.  Read more...

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Living the Sweet Life

Tuesday, November 27, 2012 | Comments: (0)

Up on a hilltop in the Gràcia district of Barcelona, Spain sits Park Güell, an architectural garden complex built in the early 1900’s that was originally designed for residential housing. With a lack of success, only two houses were built – one of which ended up being occupied by the artist himself, Antoni Gaudí.  Read more...

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12th Annual Candy Cane Festival at Hammond’s Candies December 7 & 8

Thursday, November 08, 2012 | Comments: (1)

Back in December 2000, the company’s creative confectioners at Hammond’s Candies cooked up something a little different for the season. Gathering friends and families of every kind, Hammond’s successfully held their 1st Annual Candy Cane Festival where entertainment, arts and crafts, and –as usual – their free factory tours were held. Now in its twelfth year, the festival continues to grow while the fun gets grander. Read more...

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Drizzle, Dollop, Dip, & Devour

Thursday, November 01, 2012 | Comments: (0)

The Anatomy of Chicken Bones Thanksgiving is an opportunity for all of us to sit down among family and friends and enjoy a home-cooked feast filled with love and laughter. Between a traditional meal and a Pinterest®-inspired one, our idea of the perfect holiday meal fits somewhere right in the middle. Read more...

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The Anatomy of Chicken Bones

Monday, October 15, 2012 | Comments: (1)

The Anatomy of Chicken Bones A couple months ago, we received a comment passed along from a customer. While enjoying her stay in Denver, she visited us for some classic, American candies. Upon returning home to Australia, she was going through airport customs when security stopped her upon finding a bag of our Chicken Bones. It was then, that our customer had to explain that they were not actually chicken bones, but rather a confection from Hammond’s.  Read more...

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Special Guest Blog by Real Food Traveler

Wednesday, September 05, 2012 | Comments: (0)

Special_Guest_Blog_by_Real_Food_Traveler Here’s a sweet Secret in Denver, Colorado…Located in an industrial part of town, Hammond’s Candies has been making candy that’s handmade, hand-wrapped, and hand labeled since 1920. That makes them the oldest handmade confectioner in the country. Read more...

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Confections for the Elections

Wednesday, August 22, 2012 | Comments: (0)

Confections for the Elections When the National Confectioners Association (NCA) approached us with the opportunity to contribute to this year’s election campaigns, we were thrilled that our candies would go presidential! With the Republican and Democratic National Conventions up to bat for this year’s November elections, we sent over some of our McCraw’s American-made taffy – the world’s only flat taffy.  Read more...

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