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Is the Zachary candy company still in business?

Is the Zachary candy company still in business?

For more than 60 years, we’ve packaged our candies under the Zachary banner so that today, consumers recognize the quality and value inside. Our emphasis is on pure milk and dark chocolate, fresh nuts and fruit, wholesome ingredients and maple syrup. We create a taste sensation that keeps people coming back for more.

Where is Zachary candy made?

Frankfort, Indiana
Success is something we work at everyday at our modern, 300,000-square-foot manufacturing and distribution center in Frankfort, Indiana. All of our candy-making machinery was purpose-built for the confection category by craftsman around the world and is top of the line.

Who owns Zachary Candy?

Chairman, Zachary Confections Inc.

Where is Zachary chocolates made?

We aren’t humble; we consider the Zachary Candy Shoppe the sweetest place in Indiana. Located right next door to where we make some of the best chocolates, mints, candy corn, mello cremes, jellies, and seasonal treats, our Candy Shoppe is always filled with the freshest, latest confections.

When was Zachary Confections founded?

The city maintained its sweet tooth, and in 1950, J.J. Zachary and his wife Helen founded Zachary Confections. We started out as a seasonal chocolate supplier, manufacturing solid and hollow milk chocolate bunnies and other seasonal novelties.

Can you get sick from eating old candy?

Previous reports show that while expired candy can carry microbes that may make you sick, it’s usually because something got into the food before the packaging was sealed. Serious health risks are rare.

Is it okay to eat out of date chocolate?

An expiration date, which is actually called a use-by date, is only included for products that are unsafe to eat after a certain period. Chocolate is safe to eat after its best before date.

Is it okay to swallow gum?

Although chewing gum is designed to be chewed and not swallowed, it generally isn’t harmful if swallowed. Folklore suggests that swallowed gum sits in your stomach for seven years before it can be digested. But this isn’t true.