BALTIMORE, MD (December 6, 2018) — The Maryland Department of Commerce celebrated a major milestone for Goetze’s Candy Company, recognizing Caramel Creams® being made in Maryland for 100 years.
Goetze's Candy Company has been making Caramel Creams and Cow Tales® in Baltimore since 1895. Goetze's Candy Company first manufactured chewing gum, before the company moved into the confectionery industry and produced the first Caramel Cream in 1918.
The Maryland Department of Commerce appreciates and supports the thriving, innovative business community in the state of Maryland. Maryland Commerce Secretary Mike Gill presented Mitchell Goetze, the fifth-generation CEO of Goetze's Candy Company with a special citation that acknowledges and celebrates the 100th anniversary of Caramel Creams being made in Maryland.
For more information about Goetze’s Candy Company, Inc., Caramel Creams, or Cow Tales visit www.goetzecandy.com.
About Goetze’s Candy Co., Inc.
Goetze’s Candy is a fifth generation, family-owned company located in downtown Baltimore, MD. Founded in 1895, we are celebrating 123 years of making sweet treats in the USA. Since the 1940’s, our staple product has been Caramel Creams®—a soft, chewy caramel wrapped around a decadent cream center—a tasty, iconic American treat. In 1984, Goetze’s Candy introduced Cow Tales®, an elongated version of the classic Caramel Creams.