Winter Holidays Central

Whether you celebrate Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, winter solstice, Eid ul-Adha or another holiday, candy is sure to fit into your plans. The sweetness of life and joy at coming to this day, regardless of one’s faith, is something to be cherished and upheld by all.

No matter which faith you identify with, candy can play a part. Whether a candy cane or the sweet taste of chocolate, we can always enjoy our favorite candy and know that it is one way we can celebrate a season that is special to us.

Winter holiday Candy Canes with a bow around them

Find out how Spangler makes its world famous Candy Canes:

Did you know?

  • For 200 years, the candy cane came only in one color — white.
  • The red stripes did not appear until sometime around the turn of the 20th century.
  • Considered a seasonal item, 90 percent of candy canes are sold between Thanksgiving and Christmas.