10. Lucky Elephant Pink Candy Popcorn. This classic treat has been around since the 1950s. The iconic box design, by an unknown artist, has been a mainstay of childhood and the Canadian answer to Cracker Jack. Still includes a prize!
9. Pop Shoppe! The classic flavours of the 60s and 70s are back! Bottled locally! Choose from Lime Rickey, Black Cherry, Cream Soda, Root Beer, Cola, Orange and Grape!
8. Jersey Milk by Neilson. One of the last of the original Canadian candy bars. At one time Neilson had the largest dairy in the British Empire and ruled the candy and ice cream business from coast-to-coast. Jersey Milk, a creamy chocolate treat!
7. Fudge. All of our fudge is made locally in St.Jacobs, made fresh to our order. Full of buttery goodness and available in so many flavours. Of course, the All-Canadian Maple is the most popular!
6. Beaver Balls and Moose Droppings. Beaver Balls are chocolate-covered jujubes and Moose Droppings are chocolate macaroons! Made in Canada!
5. Canadian Animal Crackers. A childhood favourite, now in super-cute shapes resembling critters from our home and native land.
4. Jones Soda. Did you know that Jones was Canadian? Created in Vancouver, BC in 1995 and still made with pure cane sugar and featuring the most unique packaging in the beverage industry, Jones Soda is a one of a kind premium soda known for its bold, unique flavors, colors, and ever changing labels submitted by the public.
3. Maple Candy. 100% maple syrup, now on a stick!!
2. Mr. Big. The king of Canadian candy bars is an all-time bestseller!
1. Kawartha Dairy Ice Cream. From one of the last family-owned dairies in Ontario comes this Cottage Country Favourite. 16 flavours rotated all the time, including the Canada Day special, Maple Walnut.