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Sanders - Morley Candy Makers has been awarded a 2017 Top Workplaces honor by The Detroit Free Press and the nealry 150-year-old organization has employment opportunities available at its chocolate factory, distribution center and retail stores in Metropolitan Detroit.
Sanders will celebrate the grand re-opening of its newly remodeled chocolate and ice cream shoppe in Clinton Township on Saturday, October 14th. The event kicks off with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 9am followed by family fun activities and special offers throughout the entire day.
The new store will increase the existing shoppe’s footprint by more than 30% and expand seating from ten people to more than 125 people.
Recognizing that both wine and fine chocolates continue to increase in popularity, Sanders decided to create a package that provides consumers a simple way to enjoy their favorite indulgences together.
Chocolate Covered Gummi Bears and Dark Peppermint Pattie Mini Bites join the Sanders product line.
Sanders Peanut Brittle was last made in 1974 at the old Sanders Plant in Highland Park, Michigan. After being flooded with requests from long-time fans, Sanders decided to bring back this timeless candy
Old Nation Brewing Company in partnership with Sanders and Morley Candy Makers, Inc. recently announced Limited Edition Sanders Bumpy Cake Ale 22-ounce bottles will be available for retail sale beginning October 27, 2016.
Sanders and Morley Candy Makers announced today that its store in Birmingham is closed and the company is seeking a new location to better serve its patrons.
Sanders & Morley Candy Makers part owner and Vice President of Manufacturing, Mike Koch, Sr. receives the candy industry's prestigious Kettle Award
Sanders Grows its Super Premium Ice Cream Line with Six new Flavors