People look to their favorite treats to offer a sense of nostalgia and familiarity during the holidays. Whether gathering with a small group of close friends and family or planning a smaller celebration for Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, winter solstice or another holiday, chocolate and candy will likely play a role in your winter holidays.

From candy canes to seasonal chocolates, we often enjoy our favorite treats to help celebrate a season that is special to us. Read our 2021 press release here.

Ten Tips for a Sweet, Happy & Safe Holiday

Chocolate and candy have long been a special and fun part of winter holidays – even as holiday celebrations and family traditions have changed over the years. Keep these tips in mind to help your family stay safe and maintain balance while enjoying treats during the holidays. Learn more

What's the Right Way to Eat a Candy Cane?

What's the Right Way to Eat a Candy Cane?

A recent survey asked Americans how they enjoy candy canes. 58% of people say they start with the straight end, while 30% of respondents enjoy the curved end first. Just 12% of people break it into pieces before they eat this seasonal treat! Get the infographic

Safe and Sensational Seasonal Celebrations

No matter how you celebrate the winter holidays this year, you can find safe and creative ways to celebrate. And who knows? Maybe one of these fun ideas will become a part of your holiday traditions for years to come. Find out how

Hanukkah Treats & Traditions

Learn more about the treats and traditions of the Festival of Lights - Hanukkah! Learn more

Christmas Treats & Traditions

Christmas is a time for families to celebrate special moments together while enjoying some of their favorite holiday treats. Learn more

A Candy Cane Story

Candy canes evoke a sense of nostalgia and holiday spirit across generations. But do you know the history of this iconic holiday treat? Learn more

Candy Storage Tips

Here are some easy ways to store your seasonal treats to ensure that the sweetness continues after the holiday. Learn more