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Welcome to daisy duke's american candy store

Daisy Duke’s American Candy Store offer handmade American confectionery, world-famous American chocolate bars and awesome US candy treats, gourmet jelly beans, hard candy, lollipops, gumballs and jawbreakers, jellies, chews, gummies, candy bars, taffy, candy selection boxes, sweet hampers, sweet jars and novelty candy.

We are constantly expanding our American candy range to bring you the very best candy from the USA delivered fresh and tasty, right to your door-step in the UK.

Daisy Duke’s American Candy Store are also working at becoming the best website for American groceries and American sodas. Watch this space….


About daisy duke’s american candy store


Our History

Daisy Duke’s American Candy Store was borne out of our own deep-seated love of all things sweet and a deep-seated passion for scrumptious, mouthwatering confectionery.

Daisy Duke’s American Candy Store really came about by accident… We were fortunate enough to be brought up eating lots of American confectionery and we loved it – we still do.

A while back, we introduced American candy to our friends in the UK with a 5lb bag of Jolly Rancher hard-boiled candies, some Jelly Belly gourmet jelly beans and a Baby Ruth or two. We were asked to get more… and more…and more.

Individual candy bars packed into suitcases in NYC became cartons, cartons then filled a container, a container became regular freighted candy imports…. The rest, as they say, is history.

Our Mission Statement

Daisy Duke’s American Candy Store came about in 2012. From the beginning, we had big aspirations… we wanted to create the very best online sweetshop where candy fans could buy the best American candy and extraordinary British sweets.

We are continually striving to become the best confectionery shop in the UK. And, for that matter, the very best candy store on planet earth, heck, let’s say the universe... Our aspirations always have been pretty lofty....

Daisy Duke’s American Candy Store’s mission was simple from the beginning:

  • To share our love of American candy with others and introduce the delights of American candy to new audiences
  • To provide the very best American candy and British sweets in the UK and satisfy the most discerning of British sweet fanatics and American candy lovers alike
  • To offer unrivalled customer care and consistently outstanding service and do everything we can to ensure our customers are delighted and tell their friends.
  • To treat our partners, customers, staff and competitors with respect, honesty and fairness.

About our american candy


We’ve got the very best candy products from some of the greatest American candy brands including: The Hershey Company, Reese’s, Wonka, Nestlé, Ferarra Pan, Topps Co., Pop Rocks Inc., Mars Incorporated, Cadbury Adams, Necco, Boyer, Toosie Roll Inc, Wrigley, Jelly Belly, Adams and Brookes, to name but a few… We stock awesome American candy fresh all year around, imported straight from the USA. If you are looking to buy the latest American candies or classic American retro candies that have been tickling taste-buds for generations, you are in the right place.

Help yourself to handmade American confectionery, world famous American chocolate bars, stateside novelty sweets, gourmet jelly beans, hard candy, handmade fudge, toffee, lollipops, gumballs and jawbreakers (gobstoppers), jellies, chews, gummies, candy bars, taffy, sweet hampers, sweet jars, novelties, luxury confectionery and awesome confectionery gifts. If it’s a US candy treat and it makes life a little bit sweeter, we should have it …


Our American confectionery brands:

  • 100 Grand
  • 5th Avenue
  • Adams & Brooks Lollipops
  • Charleston Chew
  • Hershey Cookies n Crème
  • Hershey Kisses
  • Baby Ruth
  • Bazooka Joe
  • Big Hunk
  • Boston Baked Beans
  • Bubblicious
  • Butterfinger
  • Hubba Bubba
  • Jolly Rancher
  • Junior Mints
  • Lemonhead and Friends
  • M&Ms
  • Million Dollar Bar
  • Oh Henry!
  • Red Hots
  • Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups
  • Skittles
  • Symphony Bar
  • Tootsie Pops
  • Tootsie Roll
  • Whatchamacalit
  • Wonka Everlasting Gobstoppers
  • Wonka Kazoozles
  • Wonka Laffy Taffy
  • Wonka Nerds
  • Wonka Runts
  • Wonka Sweetarts
  • Wrigleys Gum
  • Zagnut

A history of american candy



  • 1854 The first packaged box of Whitman's chocolate debuts. 1868 Richard Cadbury introduces the first Valentine's Day box of chocolates. 1880s Wunderle Candy Company creates candy corn. In 1898, Goelitz Confectionery Company began making candy corn and has made this Halloween favorite longer than any other company.
  • 1893 William Wrigley, Jr. introduces Juicy Fruit gum and Wrigley's Spearmint gum.
  • 1896 Tootsie Rolls debut, introduced by Leo Hirshfield of New York who named them after his daughter's nickname, "Tootsie".


  • 1900 Milton S. Hershey of Lancaster, PA introduces the first Hershey milk chocolate bar
  • 1901 The King Leo pure peppermint stick candy is developed and trademarked. The stick has been in continuous production since then and is still offered today in old-fashioned gift tins with the King Leo Lion motif by its current manufacturer, Quality Candy Company, Inc.
  • 1901 Pastel-colored little candy disks called NECCO wafers first appear named for the acronym of the New England Confectionery Company. 1902 Necco makes the first conversation hearts - tiny Valentine's Day favorites with messages printed on them.
  • 1905 The Squirrel Brand Company of Massachusetts creates the first peanut bar.
  • 1907 Hershey's Kisses chocolates appear in their familiar foil wraps.


  • 1912 Life Savers, the candy named for its ring shape with the hole in the center is introduced in peppermint flavor. It would be 22 years before the popular five-flavor roll is introduced.
  • 1912 The Whitman's Sampler box of chocolates is born when the company president decides the needlework sampler hanging in his home would make beautiful packaging. It is the the first box of chocolates to include a now-famous index showing the filling in each candy.
  • 1913 Goo Goo Clusters, a Southern favorite, is the first bar to combine milk chocolate, caramel, marshmallow and peanuts.


  • 1920 Fannie May Candies opens its first candy shop in Chicago, producing a variety of chocolate enrobed buttercreams and caramels.
  • 1920 The Baby Ruth candy bar is first sold, named for President Grover Cleveland's daughter - not the famous baseball player.
  • 1921 Chuckles - colorful, sugared jelly candies are first made.
  • 1922 Goldenberg's Peanut Chews are first made in Philadelphia and soon became popular along the East Coast.
  • 1922 Hans Riegel invents a chewy candy called the "dancing bear". Later this confection became known as gummi bears.
  • 1923 Mounds, the double candy bar, offers a coconut filling enrobed in chocolate.
  • 1923 M&M/Mars Milk Way Bar is the first of many candies to be introduced by the Mars family, created to taste like a malted milk that would be available anywhere, any time.
  • 1925 Bit-O-Honey debuts, the honey-flavored taffy bar made with bits of almond.
  • 1926 Milk Duds are introduced as bite-size caramel morsels covered in chocolate.
  • 1928 Crunchy Heath Bars appear, offering chocolate covered toffee.
  • 1928 Reeses Peanut Butter Cups, named for the man who created them, are a peanut butter-chocolate combination among the most popular candy bars today.


  • 1930 M&M/Mars introduces the Snickers Bar, named for a favorite horse owned by the Mars family. It is the number-one selling candy bar in the U.S. today.
  • 1930's Ferrara Pan Candy Company introduces Boston Baked Beans. Ferrara has the ability to make 38,600 pounds of Boston Baked Beans per day.
  • 1931 Tootsie Roll Pops are introduced and soon widely advertised as the lollipop that offers two candies in one - flavored hard candy on the outside and chewy Tootsie Roll center inside.
  • 1931 Valomilk, the creamy marshmallow center candy bar, was created by accident when a candymaker at Sifers Candy Company forgot about a batch of cooking marshmallow and it remained runny when cooled. Combined with chocolate, it made a wonderful, gooey treat.
  • 1932 MARS® Almond Bar introduced by M&M/MARS
  • 1932 Katherine Beecher Butter Mints are melt-in-your mouth butter mints perfected by Katherine Beecher in her Manchester, PA candy company where they are still made today, according to the original recipe.
  • 1932 Red Hots are made by Ferrara Pan Candy Company. These fiery little candy pellets are flavored with cinnamon.
  • 1932 M&M/Mars debuts the 3 Musketeers Bar, originally made as a three-flavor bar featuring chocolate, vanilla and strawberry nougat. In 1945, it was changed to all chocolate nougat.
  • 1936 The 5th Avenue Bar was originated by the man perhaps best known for his cough drops - William H. Luden. It was made from layers of peanut butter crunch coated in milk chocolate.
  • 1938 Bartons is founded and is the maker of "Almond Kisses", two almonds surrounded by caramel. They are now owned by Cherrydale Farms/Haddinton Farms.
  • 1939 Hershey's Miniatures chocolate bars debut.


  • 1941 "M&M's" Plain Chocolate Candies are introduced in response to slack chocolate sales in summer. Fifty-nine years later, M&M/Mars changed the name of this popular candy item to "M&M's" Milk Chocolate Candies.
  • 1942-1945 Women working on the Whitman's Sampler production line secretly slipped notes to soldiers in those boxes destined for military shipment. The notes resulted in several long-term friendships and even a few marriages.
  • 1949 Junior Mints offer soft mint centers drenched in dark chocolate.
  • 1949 Smarties small pastel candy disks are introduced, followed by the Smarties Necklace nine years later.
  • 1949 El Bubble Bubble Gum Cigars are the first five-cent bubble gum. In the mid-1980s, the same company began to make pink and blue bubble gum cigars to celebrate births.


  • 1950 Bobs Candy Canes, sold under the Cris Cringle brand, are introduced nationwide. Legend has it that candy canes were originally created by a German choirmaster.
  • 1954 Marshmallow Peeps are introduced by Just Born, Inc. in the shape of Easter chicks. Today, Peeps come in a variety of seasonal shapes and more than 2 million Peeps are made each day.
  • 1954 Atomic Fireballs are introduced by Ferrara Pan Candy Company.


  • 1960 M&M/Mars Starburst Fruit Chews are introduced and later fortified with 50 percent of the daily value for Vitamin C.
  • 1960 Blammo becomes the first sugar free, soft bubble gum introduced by Amurol Confections.
  • 1962 Lemonheads are created by Ferrara Pan Candy Company, later inspiring the introduction of Grapeheads, Appleheads, Orangeheads and others.
  • 1963 SweeTarts, the candy pellets with the original sweet and tart flavor combination, are introduced.


  • 1970 Snickers Munch Bar introduced by M&M/MARS
  • 1976 Introduced by Herman Goelitz Candy Company, Jelly Belly Jelly Beans offer consumers fun and unique flavors in a tiny jelly bean.
  • 1978 Hershey's Reese's Pieces bite-size candies are introduced and four years later made popular by the blockbuster movie E.T.
  • 1979 TWIX Caramel Cookie Bars introduced in the U.S. by M&M/MARS


  • 1980 Goelitz introduces the first American-made gummy bears and gummy worms. Formerly, these candies were imported from Europe.
  • 1981 A European favorite since 1974, SKITTLES Bite Size Candies are introduced in the U.S. by M&M/MARS


  • 1992 DOVE Dark Chocolate Bar and DOVE Milk Chocolate Bar introduced nationally by M&M/MARS
  • 1994 Blitz Power Mints are one of several strong mints introduced in the 1990s as the breath freshener category grows.
  • 1994 STARBURST® Jellybeans introduced by M&M/MARS
  • 1996 Zingos, another one of several strong mint introductions, is created by Brown & Haley.
  • 1998 Holopops become the first hologram lollipops introduced by Light Vision Confections. The design on their etched surface appears to change as you move the pop.
  • 1999 Sound Bites Lollipops from Cap Candies is the first radio-lollipop combination in the growing interactive candy segment.

About Artfactory


Artfactory’s mission is simple - to provide the finest goods available to humanity.

We’re a group united by a desire to enjoy life and moreover enhance the world and embellish the lives of those around us.

We’re a group united by a desire to enjoy life and moreover enhance the world and embellish the lives of those around us.

We're creative artists, photographers, connoisseurs, epicureans, drinkards, philosophers, designers, collectors and, above all, bon viveurs.

Our motley crew scours the lands looking for the exceptional and extraordinary or tries to create it. We are passionate about artistry, imagination, creativity, beauty, enjoyment and spiritual fulfilment. We try to share our love for beauty and human fulfilment with the world around us.

Whether it's divine culinary treats or rare literature, interior design, exquisite furnishings, classic decor, iconic design pieces, world famous brands, extraordinary British confectionery, American candy or eye-catching gemstones - we're scouring the earth looking for the very best.

We wouldn't say we're the last bastions of good taste but we do like to think we have an eye for beauty coupled with a knack for tracking down or identifying the exceptional. Whether it's through sight, sound, smell, touch or taste, we're looking for only the finest experiences.

It's a wonderfully fulfilling way to spend time and we hope you enjoy the items we deliver as much as we enjoy bringing them to you.

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Daisy Duke’s American Candy Store offer handmade American confectionery, world-famous American chocolate bars and awesome US candy treats, gourmet jelly beans, hard candy, lollipops, gumballs and jawbreakers, jellies, chews, gummies....Read more


" Ate them all the same day . Now feel sick. couldn't help it all so nice "

Charlotte, Southampton.

" Outstanding customer service and item arrived 2 days after ordering. Seller went out of their way to accommodate my needs. Will happily buy again. The product is amazing! Can’t stress how happy I am with this. Top seller, top product. "

Evan, Co. Antrim.

" Excellent Items , Packaged well and delivered on time. I would recommend to anyone. "

John, Orpington

" Great Company to deal with - will buy from again "

Helen, Swindon

" Arrived quickly and well packaged. A fun gift for Easter . "

Sarah, London

" I was really happy with the box of peanut butter goodies I ordered for my boyfriend for valentines day. He was made up! Thankyou! "


" Peanut butter delight for those that love this. Item arrived well packaged before estimated delivery date. The seller contacted me regarding delivery address and was very polite. Would definitely recommend this seller. Thank you "

Jenny, Chesterfield.

" Product arrived early, product as described. Would definitely recommend seller and product "

Michelle, East Sussex

" Ordered on the Thursday and it got delivered the next day. This was for part of my boyfriends valentines and he loved it. "

Lisa, Kilmarnock.

" We had a problem with delivery as the first parcel went astray. These sellers went out of their way to make sure I had my fudge in time for xmas.lovely lovely people "

Dorothy, Reading

" Great service and my expections were exceeded in every category. All Daisy Duke Candy products are brilliant and when I have sent them as gifts (or just for me) the response is amazing. I absolutely recommend this to all! "

Emma, Harlow

" This seller is an absolute delight! They were so helpful and friendly and the stuff they sell is brill :) highly reccommend! "

Victoria, Stamford.

" items arrived before estimated date given. goods arrived in good condition in a lovely box making the item great for a gift. excellent service. date given. "

Val, Swansea.

" My nephew absolutely loved it, said it was the best Christmas present he got "

Sophie, Great Yarmouth


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