HowTo: Carmel Corn with Georgetown Valley Candy Company





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Uploaded on Dec 22, 2011

What's today's adventure? Georgetown Valley Candy Company!

The Macarthur's owned and operated the business for six years, but then decided to return to Michigan. In 1985, they sold the store to Nina and Rube Goeringer. Fortunately, candy making was not new to the Goeringer's.

Years prior to purchasing the store, Nina took a molded candy class and started making fine hand painted candies for her family, relatives, and friends. She fell in love with making these candies and knew that was what she wanted to do. Thus, Rube and Nina built a candy kitchen in their home, so she could make and sell her candy. In 1983, Nina incorporated her own company. Aspen Park Candies, Inc. Two years later, Rube and Nina bought the Fort Mackinaw Candy Factory and incorporated it within Aspen Park Candies.

Over the years Nina and Rube were joined by their son Scott. Through hard work, and a passion for their work the business has grown. The Factory is now very well known for its homemade candy, ice-cream, and old fashion appeal. Repeat customers come to see and smell the candy being made, and to be entertained by Rube's singing and tall tales.

After years of explaining the candy factory has no ties with Michigan, the time came for the business to evolve into Georgetown Valley Candy Company. Regardless of the company's evolution, its dedication to quality and hand crafted products will never change. And we had to visit them to discover the magical candies of GVCC.

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