Enjoy Christmas and family traditions with Spangler Candy Canes. Be sure to stock up for the season!
Whether decorating the tree, having a family holiday get-together, or creating a favorite recipe, Spangler Candy Canes are an important part of the celebration. Spangler Candy makes the traditional red & white Peppermint candy canes, red, green, & white Peppermint candy canes, and a list of well-known branded candy canes in tasty and fun flavors. We also make the favorite Spangler Mini Canes for businesses to give away during the holidays.
Spangler Candy makes 2.7 million candy canes a day! Besides the traditional peppermint candy canes, we make Jelly Belly®, Smarties®, SweetNature™, Dum Dums®, Oreo, Swedish Fish, and Sour Patch candy canes.
Did you know peppermint candy canes can provide health benefits? Read the details for these candy cane health benefits.
1) Source of Antioxidants
2) Freshen Breath
3) Turn Around Tummy Troubles
4) Curb Food Cravings
5) Ease Tension Headaches
6) Boost Concentration
7) Relieve a Stuffy Nose
The A-Z Candy Company of Detroit, founded in 1935 and reported to be the largest candy cane maker in the nation, was obtained by Spangler Candy in March of 1954. The purchase included the machinery and trade names of the A-Z firm. Candy cane production was estimated to be twenty-five million pieces a year.
The A-Z Candy machinery was moved to Bryan. To accommodate the vastly increased manufacturing volume added by Christmas candy canes, more storage space was needed. A large one story air-conditioned warehouse was built, as was the first Quonset style building. The two additions provided 10,000 square feet of space and capability to manufacture candy canes year-round so that adequate inventory would be available to supply demand.
In the Fall of 1954, Spangler was ready for their first Christmas with peppermint candy canes. A highlight was a five boxcar order from the Great A&P Tea Company for their New England stores.
Congratulations to Paul, retiring from Spangler Candy after 33 years. Sage advice from this accomplished engineer: “The ‘impossible’ just takes a little longer to design, plan, and execute!” #thanksPaul