Candy Favorites Creates the First Candy Store for Mobile Devices

Share Article, the Internet's Oldest and Largest Online Candy Store, is Proud to Announce a New Mobile Site Designed Especially for iPhone and Blackberry users –, the Internet's oldest and largest candy site has just launched the first mobile candy store, designed by Nezen Creations, for Blackberry and IPhone users. This new technology offers the full functionality of Candy Favorites to mobile phone users.

“With our customer’s active lifestyles, we felt it was time to develop a platform that would offer the full ordering functionality of Candy Favorites to mobile phone users.” said Jon H.Prince, President, “This is perfect for anyone on the go”. offers over 2800 varieties of candy, with an emphasis on bulk candy, Brachs Candy and hard to find old-fashioned and classic candy offerings. It also features an expanded section devoted to candy history and trivia as well as the internet’s first candy blog featuring unique product reviews and an opportunity for unbiased consumer interaction.

"Candy is what we deliver but service is what we sell," says Jon H.Prince. “This is just one more way that we can enhance the customer experience and stay ahead of the technological curve. Our new mobile site allows consumers to purchase their favorite candies whenever the need should arise.”

“As an extra incentive we’re offering free rush service to all orders placed on our mobile website.” Says Tom Griffin, General Manager, “in an age of instant gratification, we think this will help to provide the best customer service in the online candy industry.

About McKeesport Candy Co. / is backed by the McKeesport Candy Company, one of the oldest candy wholesalers in North America. It is one of the internet's largest candy stores and contains over 2800 items in their candy warehouse. It was one of the first online stores to offer an educational section featuring pictures of retro candy advertisements as well as history and trivia of many of the candies offered.


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