Diehard chocoholics will stop at nothing to get their fix. The good news is, buying chocolate in bulk for selling, baking, parties or gifts is easy and saves time and money. After all, you can never have too much of a good thing.
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Wholesale Candy Suppliers
Candy Direct is a good choice if you're opening your own store and want candies of the scoop-able, by-the-pound variety. They have an impressive selection of vintage and classic candies, including chocolate gold coins, classic caramel, sixlets, and malted milk balls.
Metro Candy & Nut is your best bet if you're looking for chocolate for specific holidays or occasions such as Christmas or Halloween. They also have kosher, sugar-free and novelty chocolates, such as chocolate cigars and golf balls.
Sugar Stand offers a comprehensive selection of typical, grocery-store-checkout-line-impulse buys, from M&Ms to Airheads to Trident. All your favourite commercial chocolate brands are available here.
Additionally, there are wholesale candy and chocolate suppliers, including restaurant supply stores, in most major metropolitan areas. An online search or telephone directory will point you in the right direction to wholesalers near you.
Most wholesalers require a minimum order for shipment, so expect to spend anywhere between £32 and £195 on chocolate. Some wholesalers check your business status before allowing you to purchase from them, requiring information and documentation about your reseller's permit from your state or local tax agency.
Chocolate tends to melt during long shipping transactions, so sometimes two-day or overnight shipping is best if you want your chocolate fresh and unspoilt. It can also be quite heavy, so shipping may be a little more expensive.
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