Watson's Chocolates is Celebrating 75 Years in the Sponge Candy Business

Written by SOB Creative
Published on November 2, 2020

 


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Buffalo’s love for sponge candy runs deep. Some call it the city’s favorite candy, and there’s even a holiday to celebrate.
Many Buffalonians have been raised on Watson’s Chocolates. It’s tradition. For four generations, they’ve been a family-owned business and 2021 will mark Watson’s 75th anniversary of making this toffee treat.
Over the years, they have been voted Buffalo’s Best Sponge Candy time and time again. This sweet treat is light, airy and crispy center drenched in heavenly chocolate. And yes, it’s super swoonworthy.

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Watson's Chocolates

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This Buffalo-based brand has been a constant for families, both near and far, and they hope to carry on the tradition of Watson’s for many generations to come. Right now, they produce about 75,000 pounds of sponge candy every year, and they ship to all 50 states and dozens of countries. Some locals say it’s the best in the world. #truestory

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Watson's Chocolates

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This award-winning candy is coated in rich and creamy chocolate made from Fair Trade Certified cocoa. Watson’s is still crafted by hand in small batches by highly trained candy makers. From milk chocolate to dark chocolate to orange milk chocolate, there’s a sponge candy for everyone.
You can shop for your sweet treats online or visit one of their locations in Kenmore, East Amherst, Ellicottville, Victor, Buffalo, Orchard Park, Lancaster, or Niagara Falls.
 

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