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Valentine's Day

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  • 2 lb Decade Gift Box opened
  • 4 lb Decade Gift Box opened
  • 2 lb Valentine's Day Decade Box
  • 4 lb Valentine's Day Decade Box
  • Chocolate Lovers Gift Box
  • Candy Gift Tray
  • Old Time Candy Gift Certificate
  • Big Hunk - 2 oz bar - box of 24 bars
  • Blow Pops - cherry - box of 48
  • Cella's Dark Chocolate Covered Cherries - box of 72
  • Cella's Milk Chocolate Covered Cherries - box of 72
  • Cherry Slices - Bulk

    Cherry Slices - Bulk

    Starting at: $8.99

  • Cherry Sours - Bulk

    Cherry Sours - Bulk

    Starting at: $8.99

  • Chocolate Foiled Lips

    Chocolate Foiled Lips - 8 oz container

    Regular Price: $6.99

    Special Price $5.24

  • Chocolate Roses
  • Cinnamon Bears - Bulk

    Cinnamon Bears - Bulk

    Starting at: $9.99

  • Cinnamon Bears - wrapped - 80 piece box
  • Flipsticks - cherry - box of 48
  • Giant Cherry Gummy Bear
  • Glass Candy Jar (Assortment)
  • Honees Original Drops - 1.6 oz pkg - box of 24
  • Hot Tamales - Bulk

    Hot Tamales - Bulk

    Starting at: $8.99

  • Life Savers - Wild Cherry - box of 20 rolls
  • Lindt Lindor Dark Chocolate Truffles - box of 60
  • Lindt Lindor Milk Chocolate Truffles - box of 60
  • Lindt Lindor White Chocolate Truffles - box of 60
  • Clear Bag
  • Hearts Bag
  • Red Hots - 0.9 oz box - box of 24
  • Red Hots - 6 oz theater box - case of 12
  • Smoothie - 1.6 oz pkg - box of 24
  • Stick Candy - cherry - box of 80

ValentineAll of our Valentine"s Day candy gifts are available with a free, hand-written gift enclosure card similar to the ones you see at a florist. Enter your message during checkout. And yes, they are really hand-written by one of our candy ladies.

Valentine's Day History

Valentine's Day

By the 18th century, the tradition of giving gifts and exchanging hand-made greeting cards on Valentine's Day had become common in England. Valentine cards were made of lace, ribbons, and featured cupids and hearts. Eventually the practice spread to the American colonies.

The tradition of Valentine's cards did not become widespread in the United States until the 1850s when a native of Worcester, Mass., Esther Howland, began mass-producing them. Today, of course, Valentine's Day has become a booming commercial success. According to the Greeting Card Association, 25% of all cards sent each year are valentines.