Oregon residents don’t have to look very far to find something to satisfy their sugar craving. Great candy stores exist in all parts of the state, featuring everything from peanut butter fudge to retro treats. Here are 6 candy stores Oregon residents and visitors can count on to make their sweet teeth sing!
A Cannon Beach tradition since 1963, Bruce’s Candy Kitchen is where residents of the Oregon coast go when they need to hit their sweet spot in just the right place. Try their blackberry saltwater taffy and you’ll be a fan for life. You’ll find five generations of candy-making expertise and hard at work at Bruce’s Candy Kitchen.
Consistently voted the best candy store on the Central Oregon Coast, Candyland in Lin-coln City features a giant collection of retro candy items along with many modern op-tions. Try the peanut butter fudge for a special treat.
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory is where Ashland residents go to fulfill all their chocolate needs. You’ll find everything from lavish gift baskets fit for corporate giving to simple solitary pleasures to enjoy with a book by the fire.
Mountain Man Nut and Fruit Company has been servicing the sweet teeth of Salem resi-dents for more than 30 years. Mountain Man also puts a premium on the wishes of to-day’s consumers for healthier sweets. You’ll find low fat, low sugar, and GMO free op-tions here.
Hand-dipped truffle lovers will find themselves in chocolate heaven at Euphoria Chocolate Company in Eugene. Although this iconic chocolatier specializes in classic flavor, you can also expect the unexpected, such as the stout beer truffle. Euphoria has been a regular on the Eugene “Best” list for many years.
If you’ve ever wanted to see how candy is made, you can take a tour of the chocolate factory at Goody’s in Bend. Self-guided tours are available on weekdays. while groups are advised to call ahead and make arrangements. All Goody’s chocolates are preservative and gluten free.