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Candy Floss George

Candy Stacks can provide freshly spun Candy Floss here in George. They come in sealed bags for any event such as, school entrepreneurs day, birthday parties, corporate or community events. It’s a sweet treat and something unique that everyone enjoys! The bright colors make it fun and attracts alot of attention.

Give us a call to place your order, delivery is available at extra cost.

Candy Floss GeorgePRICES:

– Large bag (two colours in a bag) at a cost of R10.00 (Per unit for an order of less than 10) And for an order of more than 10 units it costs R8.50 per unit.

– Medium bag(one colour in a bag) at a cost of R8.00 (Per unit for an order of less than 10) And for an order of more than 10 units it costs R6.50 per unit.

We make fresh candy floss here in George and we can deliver throughout the Garden Route, depending on the order size and delivery cost may apply.

Contact us to make your order : 081 296 8990 – Natalie.

Candy Floss George

Here are a few fun facts of what makes Candy Floss so unique and special:

Cotton Candy is healthier than most desserts.
Cotton candy is only made from two ingredients—air and colored sugar, which means that there is no fat content at all. There is actually much more sugar in a 12 ounce can of soda than an average cone of cotton candy. The way in which cotton candy is created, using force that pulls air into threads, places more air than sugar into the treat.

Candy Floss George

 Cotton Candy was co-created by a dentist and a candy maker.
In 1897, a dentist in Nashville, Tennessee named Dr. William Morrison and a candy maker named John C. Wharton got together and invented a device that melted crystallized sugar and blew it through a fine screen, which would create the threads of cotton candy.They then packaged the threads in small, wood boxes. The two creators introduced their machine and the cotton candy at the 1904 St. Louis Fair and sold thousands of boxes of cotton candy. At the time, it was not known as cotton candy but rather, fairy floss.Later on, in 1921, another dentist by the name of Dr. Josef Lascaux in New Orleans improved the design of the machine and he trademarked the name “Cotton Candy.”

Contact us to make your order : 081 296 8990 – Natalie.

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