Spangler updates its corporate web site in September followed by a new online Candy Store in December.
StrawMallows® Marshmallows introduced February 2010
Spangler Candy completes its 82nd factory addition - the Portland Street addition. The most expensive and complicated addition includes new bagging, case packout and palletizing equipment.
Spangler Candy debuts its new shopping app in June 2017 on the iTunes App Store and Google Play.
The dumdumpops.com web site, which debuted in 2001, opens its new and improved web site in March.
Kirk Vashaw is elected President and CEO in July. He becomes the 7th chief executive in our 105 year history.
Ted Spangler, son of founder Arthur Spangler, and past director of sales, president, chief executive, and board chairman for Spangler Candy Company, dies at the age of 92 in September.
Our flagship brand Dum Dums debuts its new bag graphics in June 2011.
Dum Dums becomes #1 lollipop in late 2011 per IRI scan data.
Kirk B Vashaw is appointed Chairman and CEO at the retirement of Dean L. Spangler. Later, William G. Martin is appointed President & CFO and is the first person outside of the family to serve as President. Kirkland B. Vashaw remains CEO.
The Spangler Fulfillment Center moves into new expanded space in the Spangler Candy warehouse. The Fulfillment Center ships candy and Save Wraps for Stuff items for the Spangler websites.
Spangler Candy Company has announced it is expanding its campus and its product lines.Spangler has purchased and is making plans to renovate the adjacent 20-acre campus owned by New Era Ohio LLC (NEO), providing additional room for warehouse space, future expansion and growth.
In addition, Spangler has acquired three iconic candy brands - Necco® Wafers, Sweethearts®, and Canada Mints®. The brands and equipment were obtained following a series of transactions precipitated by the New England Confectionery Company (NECCO) bankruptcy.