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The U.S. confectionery industry directly employs 55,000 Americans and supports hundreds of thousands jobs in agriculture, retail, transportation and other industries. Candy-making helps fuel the American economy.

NCA members are companies who manufacture the vast majority of chocolate, candy, gum and mints sold in the United States, plus the suppliers who provide those companies the equipment, ingredients, packaging and services they need to make candy, and brokers who act as third-part sales agents for the industry.

Candy is made in all 50 states and in more than 1,000 facilities across the nation. We create American products with American workers in cities and towns throughout the United States.

Industry/Member News & Related News

Candy & Snack Today | Industry | Member

Torie & Howard Launches Enhanced Website

29 May 2020 - New Milford, CT — Designed to enhance consumer engagement and build brand loyalty, Torie & Howard, Inc. has revealed an updated website at torieandhoward.com, according to the organic candymaker. In addition to new graphics and bold colors that reflect the company’s prominent fruit elements, the ...

Candy & Snack Today | Industry | Member

After Two-Year Hiatus, Necco Wafers Return

28 May 2020 - Bryan, OH — Spangler Candy Co. is preparing to relaunch Necco Wafers at retail two years after the candymaker saved the brand following the New England Confectionery Co.’s bankruptcy, the company reports. The line will roll out in the drug channel, with more retailers ...

Candy & Snack Today | Industry

MoonPie Brand Leveraged In Latest G Fuel Energy Drink

28 May 2020 - New York — Chattanooga Bakery, Inc. is lending its MoonPie brand to G Fuel LLC’s latest energy drink powder offering, the candymaker reports. Launching next month, the MoonPie powder is sugarfree and contains antioxidants from 19 fruit extracts, 10 calories and 140 milligrams of ...

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Members of the National Confectioners Association employ thousands of Americans in good-paying positions across the industry. Often in operation for several decades in the same cities and towns throughout America, candy manufacturers are a vital part of their communities.

You can be part of the story of candy here in the United States by becoming a member of NCA. Membership is open to companies who make or market candy in the USA, confectionery industry suppliers and confectionery brokers.

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