Bobs Sweet Stripes
Bobs Sweet Stripes
History of Bob's Candy
With roots going back to 1919, Bob's Candies, Inc. has been around for more than 100 years. Over the decades, the company has persevered through numerous name changes, a tornado that destroyed the first production facility, and a line of company presidents related to the original founder, Bob McCormack. In 1997, Bob's Sweet Stripes candy was introduced as a line of sugary sweets that became the company's main focus. Included in their new strategy was a rebranding and ramping up production to keep up with demand. The line widened their offering to include a variety of fruit-flavored and peppermint candy.
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The perfect, striped sweet for the holidays or all year round, Bob's candy canes come in a chocolate twist, cherry, and the two classic mints we've come to enjoy in sugary form. With an assortment of long-lasting hard and buttery soft textures, and red and white or colorful striped variations, what's not to love? Purchasing online has never been easier, with packages of individually-wrapped pieces coming in a variety of options ranging from 12- to 1040-piece containers. If you know you'll be spreading a lot of joy this year, stock up on a variety of candy canes in bulk, and you'll be sure to be surrounded by smiling faces. Perfect for handing out at events, adding to gifts, or simply displaying as edible décor, the choice is yours! While many associate these classic mint sticks with Christmas, they're truly a delicious goodie to be enjoyed by all, especially fans of long-lasting and flavorful sweets. Whether you're searching for holiday treats, party supplies, or are looking for a giant version of this sugary classic, Candy Warehouse has an assortment you'll love!
Bob's Candy Fun Facts
Over the past century, Bob's Candies, Inc. has become the largest candy cane manufacturer in the world and has some pretty cool historical tidbits associated with it. One of the most interesting of all is the use of systems created by NASA for cooling and de-humidifying their candies. Another sweet fact about the creators of our favorite minty treat has to do with how they handled the aftermath of the tornado that swept through Albany, Georgia, completely destroying their facility. Starting from scratch, the company created a candy bar to pay homage to the disaster, calling it Bob's Tornado Bar.