This category lists informational, fun and fan sites about candy, chocolate and other sweet foods.
This category is ONLY for informational web sites.

Please first check the submission guidelines at and find the subcategory most appropriate to the site.

- Retailers selling on-line are listed in Shopping: Food: Confectionery.
-Sites of manufacturers with mainly business-related content, or those selling wholesale should go to Business: Industries: Food and Related Products: Confectionery.
- If the main content deals with recipes, please send it to the Home: Cooking: Baking and Confections area.
- Collectors'' pages should be submitted to Recreation: Collecting: Food and Drink Related: Chocolate and Candy.

Keep in mind that submitting sites to the wrong category can greatly delay its review, or more likely, it will be deleted entirely.

Please submit informational sites only.

Commercial sites should be submitted to Shopping/Food/Confectionery/Chocolate.

Sites submitted here that are selling chocolate products will be deleted without review.


Reserved for sites which detail the history, humor, etc., of gum.

Please submit sites of businesses manufacturing or selling gum to Business/Food_and_Related_Products/Confectionery/Gum, or Shopping/Food/Confectionery if there are online sales involved. Such sites submitted here will not be listed, and will be deleted.

Sites that are mainly about the history of confectionery and candy.
Peeps is a marshmallow confection intended as a kids' Easter candy. The manufacturer, Just Born Quality Confections, of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, states that Peeps are the most popular non-chocolate Easter candy. A chick was the original which were then followed by bunnies. There are now several other holiday candies made with a similar recipe and process, such as Spooky Cats for Halloween, and Snowmen for the winter holidays.