Simple. Classic. Did you know that candy canes are also symbolic? As legend has it, in the 17th century, a choirmaster in Germany's Cologne Cathedral bent the sugary sticks so they would look like a shepherd's crook, and he handed them out to children at services. Some also associate candy canes with Jesus, because of their letter 'J' shape. But it wasn't until the 20th century that candy canes got the their red and white stripes and became the iconic sweet that we know.
We have candy canes in all varieties, like Bob’s Peppermint Sticks, Life Savers candy canes, and Miniatures. Make sure you check out the Fudgie Wudgie Peppermint Bark, too.
After you've chosen the perfect candy canes for your Yuletide celebrations, browse our vast selection of Christmas Candy Stocking Stuffers.