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Cub Scout Day at So Good Candies

Awesome write-up in the Peru Tribune about our visit from Cub Scout Pack 3501!

Local scouts packed the store to make their own candy bars! Fun time had by all!

Winner of Critics' Choice Grand Prize

So Good Candies received the Critics' Choice Grand Prize Award at the Samaritan Caregivers Chocolate Celebration

February 1, 2019

Proud to announce our Chocolate Peanut Butter Swirlys won the Critics' Choice Grand Prize in the candy category at yesterday's Chocolate Celebration!

Thanks to Samaritan Caregivers for an awesome event and to everyone that came out!

Get to Know the Best Chocolate Shop In The City

Hoosier Chocolate Shop Road Trip

So Good Candies thanks Elizabeth Crozier for this recognition!

Blog - November 13, 2018 by Elizabeth Crozier

 

The Sweetest Road Trip in Indiana Takes You To 8 Old School Chocolate Shops

When that sweet tooth calls, nothing will satisfy it like some chocolate. If you’re looking for something a bit more special than what they have at the store, it’s time to visit these eight vintage chocolate shops in the Hoosier State. Truffles, turtles, candy bars, and much more will be found on this road trip.

Take an adventure back in time and enjoy some of Indiana’s scenery along the way when you follow our map. Check it out:

Our road trip of vintage chocolate shops takes you around northern Indiana, beginning in Nappanee and ending in Muncie. Lasting nearly six hours in total just for driving time, this adventure is one you may wish to take in two days, and you can begin at either end.

See more information at:

https://www.onlyinyourstate.com/indiana/vintage-chocolate-shops-in/?fbclid=IwAR2uWua60z3EXuUY1B9rIERNOnVXegH4bG-BL9eVNzEWjDiYkQZvKM71tgQ

Honeywell Center Event

 November 22,2017

Peru Business, So Good Candies, to give Presentation at Honeywell House

 

PERU, Ind. – So Good Candies in Peru will be giving a presentation at the Honeywell House in Wabash on November 30th at 3PM. Fred and Amy Stadtler, owners of So Good Candies, formerly Arnold’s Candy, have re-opened the candy store and will share the store’s history, including its connection to Wabash, and how the famous Cole Porter would frequently order fudge for his New York home. Attending guests will be treated to candy samples, as well as a delectable dessert prepared by Chef David Ericcson. Admission to this presentation at the Honeywell House is $15 per person. Space is limited, make your reservation by calling 260-563-2326 ext. 1 or go online to honeywellhouse.org.

From the September 19, 2017 Kokomo Tribune

 

So Good Candies brings back flavors from Peru's iconic fudge shop
New store sells treats from the former internationally famous Arnold's Candies
by Carson Gerber

 

PERU – Cole Porter, one of America’s most celebrated Broadway composers known for his big-city suavity, was born and raised in Peru at the turn of the 20th century. He didn’t visit the city much after leaving, but there was one thing from his hometown he couldn’t do without.

The fudge... see the rest of the story at:

http://www.kokomotribune.com/news/so-good-candies-brings-back-flavors-from-peru-s-iconic/article_5bfb4ae0-9d7e-11e7-9de4-978f8fc4a78d.html

So Good Candies is Oh So Good!

Posted on Thursday, May 25, 2017 — By Admin

So Good Candies located in Peru, Indiana is relatively new shop with old favorites including Arnold's Candies famous fudge recipe. A locally owned business brought back a hometown and community favorite, Arnold's Fudge Recipe dating back to 1914. Cole Porter ... see the rest of the story at:

http://www.indianafoodways.com/Restaurant/15-231/Sweet-Temptations-Trail/So-Good-Candies/

http://www.indianafoodways.com/Blog/165/So-Good-Candies-is-Oh-So-Good-/%E2%80%8B

 

From the February 28, 2017 The Paper - Proudly Serving Wabash County Since 1977

Peru candy store has Wabash ties

By Joseph Slacian

PERU – A new candy store located in downtown Peru has a strong tie to Wabash County. So Good Candies opened on Black Friday 2016, but the history of its sweet offerings date back 100 years.

Arnold’s Candies opened in 1917.... see the rest of the story at:

http://thepaperofwabash.com/index.php?subaction=showfull&id=1488297918&ucat=4&template=FrontPage​