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Thanksgiving Chocolates from Wockenfuss Candies

Thanksgiving ChocolatesSandwiched between two candy-packed holidays is another holiday known more for its tantalizing turkey and savory stuffing than its candy dishes: Thanksgiving. However, is a holiday really a holiday without chocolate? We didn’t think so. And who isn’t thankful for chocolate? So it’s time we revamp Thanksgiving and make it a day to truly be thankful for.

Simply add chocolate.

Thanksgiving Chocolates from Wockenfuss Candies

Here at Wockenfuss Candies, we have more chocolate than even the biggest chocolate lover could handle, from our hand-packed assortments to our gourmet truffles to our chocolate specialties, which will have your taste buds dancing. We even have a line of sugar free chocolates. Yet nothing screams Thanksgiving like our Milk Chocolate Turkey Flats or Hollow Milk Chocolate Turkeys.

Best of all, our chocolate is available online and can be shipped to you in 3-6 business days. But hurry, Thanksgiving is right around the corner!

The History of Thanksgiving

The first Thanksgiving took place in November of 1621 when Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians sat down together to share a meal in celebration of the Pilgrims’ first corn harvest. It was the start of a beautiful tradition. For the next several centuries, days of thanksgiving were celebrated throughout the colonies and states. However, Thanksgiving did not become a national holiday until 1862, when President Abraham Lincoln declared it such. Since that day, Thanksgiving has been celebrated each and every November.

Thanks Abe!

Fun Fact: Did you know the first Thanksgiving lasted three days? Now that is a holiday to be thankful for!

If you have any questions about Wockenfuss Candies’ wide variety of Thanksgiving Chocolates, please contact us by calling 1-800-296-4414 or email info@Wockenfusscandies.com. When you’re not savoring our sweets, stay satisfied by following us on FacebookTwitterGoogle+, and Pinterest!

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