Since 1947, the little shop on Abbott Rd in the historical section of South Buffalo, Mr. Kohler & Miss Edington founded “Ko-Ed Candies”. Since 1947, the little shop on Abbott Rd in the historical section of South Buffalo, Mr. Kohler & Miss Edington founded “Ko-Ed Candies”

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In 1938, Carl Platter started a chocolate tradition in the basement of his home right over the Erie County border in North Tonawanda.

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Ko-Ed Candies – A South Buffalo Tradition

Since 1947, the little shop on Abbott Rd in the historical section of South Buffalo, Mr. Kohler & Miss Edington founded “Ko-Ed Candies”. A neighborhood tradition, prior owner Gary Whitt founded Spongecandy.com and offered his popular local Sponge Candy to the entire United States using a crazy new technology called the “World Wide Web (www).” The little shop is still there today; a staple in the South Buffalo community. Ko-Ed’s Shop might be small by today’s standards, but their Sponge Candy continues to have a HUGE following. Ko-Ed Sponge Candy is available from October to May.Since 1947, the little shop on Abbott Rd in the historical section of South Buffalo, Mr. Kohler & Miss Edington founded “Ko-Ed Candies”. A neighborhood tradition, prior owner Gary Whitt founded Spongecandy.com and offered his popular local Sponge Candy to the entire United States using a crazy new technology called the “World Wide Web (www).” The little shop is still there today; a staple in the South Buffalo community. Ko-Ed’s Shop might be small by today’s standards, but their Sponge Candy continues to have a HUGE following. Ko-Ed Sponge Candy is available from October to May.

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Platter’s Chocolates – Niagara County’s Finest Sponge Candy

In 1938, Carl Platter started a chocolate tradition in the basement of his home right over the Erie County boarder in North Tonawanda. Today they are located in the historical Wurlitzer Building where locals and tourist alike come year round to visit the “Platter’s Chocolate Factory” and watch production from many public-viewing areas. Platter’s Sponge Candy was voted to represent all of New York State in Food Network Magazine’s 2014 Holiday edition, a tremendous honor considering all the wonderful sweets New York has to offer. With so many Niagara Falls tourists visiting Platter’s on their vacations, Platter’s Sponge Candy is quickly becoming a nationwide favorite. Available year round.In 1938 Carl Platter started a chocolate tradition in the basement of his home right over the Erie County boarder in North Tonawanda. Today they are located in the historical Wurlitzer Building where locals and tourist alike come year round to visit the “Platter’s Chocolate Factory” and watch production from many public-viewing areas. Platter’s Sponge Candy was voted to represent all of New York State in Food Network Magazine’s 2014 Holiday edition, a tremendous honor considering all the wonderful sweets New York has to offer. With so many Niagara Falls tourists visiting Platter’s on their vacations, Platter’s Sponge Candy is quickly becoming a nationwide favorite. Available year round.

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